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EffeCtivExD

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I have a problem in skyrim, everytime i fast travel to a point i get an endless loading screen. That only happens when i fast travel, but not when i go around normally. I have the ENB series fix installed but it doesn't help 1 bit.

Could use some help with this problem, please and thank you!

EDIT: I reinstalled the game after that problem, and i get the same thing. Deleted the Skyrimprefs.ini and skyrim.ini, just kept the saves. Maybe its the save?

Edited by EffeCtivExD, 18 December 2011 - 03:27 PM.


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Yes, I have also had this problem...from what I'm reading on multiple forums, this problem is happening to many players on both PC and console.

My problem seems to be after the first quest, when you have to go up northward...forgot what the city was called...anyway, anytime i try to go indoors in the region, I get the infinite loading screen. Sometimes when I start a saved game in the region, it will also give me an infinite load screen.

None of my saves have been corrupted. I have installed the 4gb memory mod, but that did not solve the matter. I lowered the display settings, but still get the infinite loading screen.

If anyone has an alternate solution to this problem, please let the rest of us in on it. For myself, I believe I'm going to try to uninstall/reinstall and see what happens.

My specs, btw:

AMD Phenom II x4 Black Edition, 3.5 ghz
8gb DDR3 1600 RAM
Geforce GTX 460 (or was it 480...I'm not quite sure..I believe 460), 1GB VRAM

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What version are you using? I updated to 1.3 and when I loaded skyrim, no options like continue or new game showed up for me so I had to revert back to original

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I too have a problem with loading screen staying so long that I can do a morning work out , take a shower and then return to my chair before it loads. Move my character around some and then move him where it loads again and that is when I leave it on and head off to work.


Hope someone can post a fix ... or some ideas.

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I am not using 1.3, but the problem started after i installed Skyrim Online and then uninstalled it.

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I have same problem. I haven't played skyrim while but I have been installing new mods and I tried skyrim online and I also downloaded that new update. So I am thinking maybe this is cause of that online mod or new update... Maybe I'll try reinstall this game...

EDIT: Reinstalling won't help :confused:

FIX: I am not sure if this work for everyone but it worked for me. First I removed/uninstalled skyrim then just try your old save (save before you did something wrong). This might help those who have installed skyrim online or new update.

Edited by pyrzi, 07 January 2012 - 01:20 PM.


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hi got the same problem , and is very EASY to solved,,at least for me , just press ALT plus TAB or alt control del and the screen will load ,
hope i can help

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Did you overwrite the same save multiple time? It might break the save, i`ve had the same problem in oblivion when i did that but when i saved as a new file everytime it stopped

*edit: Spelling...

Edited by robzz94, 07 January 2012 - 03:37 PM.


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I'm also having a problem with the intro quest. And I get the infinite loading screen sometimes randomly. I think the game is trying to load too much stuff into memory. A work around is ctrl-alt-del to quit game. Restart Skyrim and find a save that does load. Then try loading that game that you are having trouble with. A lot of textures are already loaded into memory so it makes it easier on the game.




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