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Hello, all,


I've run into a strange problem that I can't seem to find any information on.


I've been trying to install a bunch of mods to recreate most of Tamriel beyond the normal game's borders. Elsweyr Anequina, Tamriel Heightmaps, and TWMP Valenwood-Elsweyr have all been installed without a hitch. BUT... when it comes to any further large-scale additions to the game world, I run up against a very strange error when I try to run TES4LODGen to regenerate the LOD files. I have seen this happen while installing both TWMP Summerset Isles and TWMP Hammerfell, getting slightly different messages for each.


When I try to install Summerset Isles, I get the following message:


"Access violation at address 007298A3 in module 'TES4LODGen.exe'. Read of address 00000000."


The message I get when I try to install Hammerfell is:


"Access violation at address 00718A77 in module 'TES4LODGen.exe'. Read of address 000033c8."


I have the bug report files from each run saved if they're needed.


I have a number of other mods active currently, including Better Cities, the Unique Landscapes collection, and compatibility patches for those; as well as the current version of OBSE, Oblivion Reloaded, Oblivion Stutter Remover, COBL, DARNified UI, MenuQue, and maybe a few other patches. The mod count is at 99 currently according to BOSS, though not all are active.


My computer is running Windows 10 64-bit and has a 2.3Ghz quad core with 8GB of RAM, just in case this is relevant.


If anyone has any ideas, it would be greatly appreciated.

Edited by illogictree, 08 September 2016 - 11:52 pm.



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Same issues here! Any help would be appreciated in these dire times!

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