Best Answer marieruth , 22 June 2015 - 04:47 AM
Have you changed any permissions on the LOOT executable or made it to run in compatibility mode or any such action?
There should be no reason why wow_helper.exe is being called. That is a utility designed to run programs in a certain mode inside Windows, the naming schema is: Windows on Windows helper.
I have never seen the need to call either LOOT or MO via this method as they will 'just work'.
The actual file in the LOOT folder that the error message is referencing is a 64bit exe, hence the error.
I can't see why this is being called so these next steps are just a shot in the dark.
Rename the folder where LOOT is stored to remove any periods in its name, call it just LOOT, not LOOT 0.7.0b4 and remove the 'Start in' field entry.
Oh, well shoot. I guess the problem was me running Mod Organizer in compatibility mode. I must have forgot to disable it after I figured out why Fallout 3 kept crashing at launch.
Thanks for trying to help me anyhow. :)Go to the full post