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narphous

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It was just a couple of files.

 

Now there's a new and interesting twist. NMM is just slow, period. I'm having a problem with skyrim that I haven't been able to solve, so I decided to just rebuild it all again to try to track down the proble. So with that, I chose uninstall all active mods.  It's been chugging for about 10 hours, and has made it through about 20 of the almost 300 active mods that need to be uninstalled. At this rate, I might get to start my rebuild around christmas.



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every time i try to activate a mod it says "a problem occurred during install" and it does it right away, like it didn't even try to read the mod



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Click on the little red stop icon, under the column (?) in the mod activation queue window. The activation queue can be seen by overring the tab with your mouse. If you click on that icon, you'll get a detailed message on why it failed.

 

Also this is not a topic related, and by far, to that issue.



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if your not premium you get slower downloads both unpacking and downloading, simple.



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And here we are, 3 years on from the OP. Running a 7820X @ 4.8Ghz, 16GB quad channel 3000mhz RAM, a 970 EVO M.2, and unpacking STILL crawls.



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And here we are, 3 years on from the OP. Running a 7820X @ 4.8Ghz, 16GB quad channel 3000mhz RAM, a 970 EVO M.2, and unpacking STILL crawls.

NMM has been discontinued. You should use its replacement, vortex, or another manager like Mod Organizer.

 

NMM is terrible on several aspects, especially for ardent modders, I would only recommend using it if it is used sparingly.







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