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Thanks the link workt am so happy!



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European regulations stipulate that everything should run over the HTTPS protocol for security reasons.  The Nexus servers have adapted and so has NMM in the form of versions 0.65.0 and up.  Older versions of NMM still use HTTP and can no longer communicate with the Nexus servers as of 8 May.

 

Get the latest NMM versions from GitHUB.

Thanks, this solved my problem. It seems like I was using an obsolete version of NMM.



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Having the same problem.  The hotfix linked below fixed it for me also.  Thanks.



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European regulations stipulate that everything should run over the HTTPS protocol for security reasons.  The Nexus servers have adapted and so has NMM in the form of versions 0.65.0 and up.  Older versions of NMM still use HTTP and can no longer communicate with the Nexus servers as of 8 May.

 

Get the latest NMM versions from GitHUB.

Same here, the hotfix fixed the problem, for me it started immediately after updating Windows 10 to version 1803 OS Build 17134.48 feature update.



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really, thank you soo much!!!!

It Worked!



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Good! Downloaded from Nexus and it works fine.

 

I am waiting for Vortex to come out of Alpha. I mostly use NMM to check for mod updates as I use Wrye Bash for the rest. Nothing beats Bash installers tab, has helped me out of issues so many times.



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Good! Downloaded from Nexus and it works fine.

 

I am waiting for Vortex to come out of Alpha. I mostly use NMM to check for mod updates as I use Wrye Bash for the rest. Nothing beats Bash installers tab, has helped me out of issues so many times.

Make sure to get at least NMM version 0.65.3; older versions have a bug that won't allow you to manually sort plug-ins when an esl is loaded above an esm because of an error in the NMM code.



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NMM is giving me an error whenever I try to log in. It says, "Login Error: Cannot Reach the Nexus login server. Either your firewall is blocking NMM or the login server is down." I have already ruled out the firewall problem. In another forum post they suggested to put these lines of xml in the config file:

<settings> <servicePointManager expect100Continue="false"/> </settings>

That did not work. I appreciate any help I can get for this problem. Thank you for your time. A picture of the error is attached below.

Yeah but it has been "down" for three days now



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*edit*

 

 

Installing the update 

 

https://www.nexusmod...ds/4/?tab=files

 

Fixed it for me.

 

This worked perfectly for me as well.



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Good! Downloaded from Nexus and it works fine.

 

I am waiting for Vortex to come out of Alpha. I mostly use NMM to check for mod updates as I use Wrye Bash for the rest. Nothing beats Bash installers tab, has helped me out of issues so many times.

Make sure to get at least NMM version 0.65.3; older versions have a bug that won't allow you to manually sort plug-ins when an esl is loaded above an esm because of an error in the NMM code.

 

Just updated to version 0.65.4 and cannot manually sort plug-ins. I don't run any .esl files either. As soon as I re-install the version I was using before ( 0.63.14 ) I can't login, but I can manually sort plug-ins. I don't feel like it's a problem on my end, but who knows. Just wondering if anyone has a solution that I'm not seeing.







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