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GreyxWardenxCommander

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I've been trying to get Osex working, but they just stand there, not doing anything other than making sex noises with occasional expression changes, so i tried to rerun my Fnis mod and it doesn't go through. at the bottom it tells me "ERROR(5): Access to the path 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Skyrim\Data\meshes\actors\character\animations\FNIS_PCEA2\0_xp32_New_Anim_Pack' is denied." I'll be honest, this is my first personal computer, first time playing skyrim on pc, and first time modding. I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling, but i haven't tried tried installing manually. I've also been using the nexus mod organizer, which is probably a bad choice. any and all help on this subject would be appreciated.



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Hmmmm. Osex is fun. This is a problem when you install MO on your "C" drive. Windows will block access until you give it an override/exeption command. Read up on MO install. I'm sure it will tell you how to do this.



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The OP said he's using Nexus Mod Manager. But you're probably right in that it looks like an internal permission problem. I'd suggest running FNIS as admin. Maybe this solves the problem.

 

BTW, Nexus Mod Manager isn't really a "bad choice". Mod Organizer has some more advanced features and is very helpful especially for large mod lists. There's nothing wrong with using NMM though. 



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I'm assuming of course that you installed OSA.

 

By the way, when you do get OSEX working- download Bathing Beauties. Some kind of glitch lets you have OSEX with all followers.



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If you want to use mods, then NEVER EVER install Steam, Skyrim, NMM, MO, ... under 'C:\Program Files (x86)'. ESPECIALLY when you are not computer versed.

 

https://support.stea...=7418-YUBN-8129







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