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Hazolp

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Hi everyone !

 

So, after playing quite a bit with many mods (without any crash, any weird issues, nothing wrong !) I can't play anymore...

I'm currently playing with 129 ESPs files (Load Order and Mod list joined in files).

 

What I have done is doing a quick save, and then quick load (F5 then F9) and it CTD. When I tried to return in game, I would land on my save, but with every things frozen (or at least the screen, because I can "qqq" in the console).

 

Are there temporary files to delete when this happens ? Or does it come from my load order ?

 

Also, each time I run SKSE through MO and quit Skyrim, I get errors and need to reboot MO...

 

Thanks all for your possible help.

 

PS: I'm using Mod Organizer 2 and SKSE64, if it helps.

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OK, so I manage to identify what was causing the problem. It was SKSE (which I played with before...). Does it create temporary  files associated with the saves ?



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UPDATE:

 

Okay, so my game is working fine without SKSE (with 235 .esp loaded). But when I try to launch it with SKSE, it work until I load a save. The save is being loaded correctly, but my game is "frozen". Does anyone have any idea of what I can do to play with SKSE ? (Needed for many of my 300 mods...) Uninstall it completly, then reinstall ?

Again, playing with 300 mods to load from MO2, and launching SKSE from MO too.

 

Thanks for the help !

 

EDIT #1: Manage to solve the problem. It comes from Alternate Start (I don't know why, and don't want to report it as a bug because it seems that I'm alone in this case). So anyway, case solved.


Edited by Hazolp, 08 December 2017 - 01:07 PM.






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