@ wolverine2710: So basically your problem is that Wrye Bash does not start after making the initial backup of the settings, right?
First let me clarify a few things. If you already have all the Python dependencies, do not use the Wrye Bash 295-5 installer. This installer is only for people who start using Wrye Bash for Skyrim for the first time, or for people using the standalone version, but is now forced to use the Python version of Wrye Bash. Forced because there is no standalone version of Wrye Bash 296. That's why when I say that when installing the 295-5 version, just install the Python version, not the standalone. You should not use an uninstaller program to uninstall Wrye Bash. Because as you have seen, there are still traces of previous versions of Wrye Bash, which no uninstaller can detect, and therefore can not clean. To uninstall Wrye Bash, just delete the folder called Mopy (in the root of the Skyrim folder) and the folders called Bash Patches, Docs and INI Tweaks located inside the Data folder of Skyrim. To clean all traces of Wrye Bash configurations, you would have to also delete the file called BashSettings.dat at **/My Documents/My Games/Skyrim (Where the file Skyrim.ini is located). And you'd have to delete or rename the folder called Skyrim Mods, by default, this folder is created one level up from the folder where you have installed the game. By doing this, you completely uninstall Wrye Bash and then when you reinstall Wrye Bash, will start with fresh settings. To install the 296 version, you just have copy the folders called Mopy and Data from the SVN package into the game folder.
Reading your kilometric log (xD), I can interpret that Wrye Bash crashes when trying to draw the interface, more precisely when reading the BOSS icon. That does not necessarily mean that there is a problem with BOSS. Maybe with just deleting the file BashSettings.dat, you can solve all your problems.
@ michel92: Well, that is not really a problem with Wrye Bash or NMM. BOSS will always reorder the plugins based on the masterlist, and therefore always going to undo the changes you've done manually. If you use exception rules, BOSS will reorder the plugins the way that you like. To manage these rules automatically, I recommend you BUM (BOSS Userlist Manager). Using BUM, you can forget about managing manually the Plugins.txt file.
@ All: People using version 296 of Wrye Bash should periodically visit the page where the beta version is hosted. In the last week, the beta version was updated 3 times fixing a few minor problems.
Clic Here ==>> How to and why upgrade to Wrye Bash 296. <<<== Clic Here
How to report problems with Wrye Bash
Run the file Wrye Bash Debug.bat inside your Mopy folder (**/steamapps/common/skyrim/Mopy). That will create a file called BashBugDump.log inside the Mopy folder. Post here the content of the file BashBugDump.log.
Edited by Odyseus77, 09 May 2012 - 04:10 AM.