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I've taken all traces of Skyrim out of my comp files, and tucked them away in a folder over in the corner somewhere. My Skyrim couldn't be more default. It's a brand new, butt-naked, standard, vanilla Skyrim (eeeeww...). I installed SKSE, FNIS, and SkyUI. SAME  :wallbash: ***ING :wallbash: ERROR!! :wallbash: Ouch! :facepalm: My face! (lol)

 

I just don't get it.

 

Are there any mods that do the same thing as SkyUI? I'm not going to keep trying to use an obviously flawed mod... :down: I definately need a MCM though. Can aything else give me that?

Keep in mind, this problem started in mid-game. Walked outside of BBLS, and boom. post-5622666-0-06364500-1375663143_thumb Permanent problem.



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I've noticed that I get 0 views when this thing isn't right there on the front page of Nexus. I don't wanna be a "bumper", but this thread gets forgotten about when it gets pushed aside, soooo...bump.



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Try this, type these commands into the console in-game:

 

getinisetting "iMinMemoryPageSize:Papyrus"

getinisetting "iMaxMemoryPageSize:Papyrus"

getinisetting "iMaxAllocatedMemoryBytes:Papyrus"

 

If any of those return a 0 or a negative number then it is indeed a ini issue if they don't then for some reason your SKYUI is reporting a false error.


Edited by CraftySentinel, 07 August 2013 - 08:20 AM.


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Try this, type these commands into the console in-game:

 

getinisetting "iMinMemoryPageSize:Papyrus"

getinisetting "iMaxMemoryPageSize:Papyrus"

getinisetting "iMaxAllocatedMemoryBytes:Papyrus"

 

If any of those return a 0 or a negative number then it is indeed a ini issue if they don't then for some reason your SKYUI is reporting a false error.

I'll give that a shot about...36 hours from now. . . (8 hours sleep, 12 hours work, 8 more hours sleep). Thanks. :blush:



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Please post your modlist. It is possible for a mod to dynamically change your papyrus ini settings.



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Please post your modlist. It is possible for a mod to dynamically change your papyrus ini settings.

Here's my mod list:

 

SKSE

FNIS

SkyUI

 

That's it.

 

I have the default skyrim.ini now. There's no reason SkyUI should have a problem with a new Skyrim. It's brand new! Even my MO is new (now). I think perhaps SkyUI desperately needs an update.

 

Oh, @CraftySentinel, this message is certainly not false. All I get now is the MCM logo. No menus are in it, and no settings can be configured, as there are no options to choose from. Just the logo. Haven't had the time to try the console reports. I'll try right after getting some much needed sleep, but this won't fix my problem, and I'm sure I'll get some error messages.



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Oh, @CraftySentinel, this message is certainly not false. All I get now is the MCM logo. No menus are in it, and no settings can be configured, as there are no options to choose from. Just the logo. Haven't had the time to try the console reports. I'll try right after getting some much needed sleep, but this won't fix my problem, and I'm sure I'll get some error messages.

 

 

False probably wasn't the right word since SkyUI checks for papyrus ini settings that are 0 or negative... so something some where is setting it to a skewed amount, and as far as I know none of those mods will change ini settings by themselves (No SKSE plugins installed?).

 

Have you tried to run Skyrim without using Mod Organiser at all?


Edited by CraftySentinel, 08 August 2013 - 11:26 AM.


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It's not Skyrim that's the problem. It's SkyUI. In fact, every other mod works beautifully (after my magic touch, of course) in MO or otherwise.

 

I did forget a couple things though. I manually installed FavoredSoul's Nude Males (Adult, obviously), because I know I'll never be uninstalling it. I also have Fus Ro Doh! installed. That's all of them.

 

I didn't even activate my "Unofficial Patches" or my HD textures DLC. If I remember correctly, I didn't even have Dawngaurd, Hearthfire, or Dragonborn active when I tested, but my problems all began when I was playing as normal, with like 30 mods active. Thing is, the error occured out of the clear blue during gameplay. It wasn't after a load or anything, just right in the middle of business as usual. Only me, you know? Only me. :down:



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It's not Skyrim that's the problem. It's SkyUI. In fact, every other mod works beautifully (after my magic touch, of course) in MO or otherwise.

 

I did forget a couple things though. I manually installed FavoredSoul's Nude Males (Adult, obviously), because I know I'll never be uninstalling it. I also have Fus Ro Doh! installed. That's all of them.

 

I didn't even activate my "Unofficial Patches" or my HD textures DLC. If I remember correctly, I didn't even have Dawngaurd, Hearthfire, or Dragonborn active when I tested, but my problems all began when I was playing as normal, with like 30 mods active. Thing is, the error occured out of the clear blue during gameplay. It wasn't after a load or anything, just right in the middle of business as usual. Only me, you know? Only me. :down:

One last obvious/vague question ( :laugh:) does it happen on a new game?



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It's not Skyrim that's the problem. It's SkyUI.

... which relies on SKSE for the functions used to query the INI settings...

Edited by steve40, 08 August 2013 - 02:13 PM.






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