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New Vegas Save Cleaner

Cleanup your New Vegas Save file, remove all that unnecessary clutter that loads down your save game.
Guaranteed to increase loading times for the heavy players. :D

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This could be super handy.

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I was searching the Nexus yesterday (literally yesterday) for just such a thing. I'll report back how it works. EDIT: It worked fine, and there's no ill effects, but it didn't make as much difference as I'd hoped. My savegame size was reduced about 2% and load time by ten seconds or so. Helpful, but not a dramatic difference. I'll keep an eye out for the next update.

Edited by Keleigh3000, 21 February 2013 - 01:50 PM.


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Great!!!!!. I'm amazed new mods/tools that increase performance keep appearing. Thanks for this, downloading right now!.

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For those who use RTS, or wasteland defense, this will delete items from those and cause CTDs, but if you use the manual function and select out specific ones you can work around this. Just much more work.

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Underground Hideout New Vegas isn't playing well with this. if someone could figure it out. Tried doing it manually, couldn't make heads nor tails of it. But of what I could do in game, the load times were fantastic!

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I just downloaded this mod, both the 1.0 version and the 1.1 version. I see there is a 1.2 version in the making. My question is simply which one should I actually use? I can read the instructions but I can see no where as to the differences or if I should use NMM to install as a normal mod or otherwise be unpacked and used.

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@Redbeard00
Always use the latest release :D

the difference is quoted in the change log

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Any chance of a Fallout 3 version?

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It's "bear in mind"




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