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First sorry for asking here but Im kinda confused...so I didn't noticed about the NMM support stop and vortex until ...yesterday...yep. I didn't play anything I use NMM for the last weeks and upon wanting to update mods, NMM says "Login error: Unexpected Response from the Nxus login server"...

 

So Question, does the support stop mean that login no longer works? Jeah I know sometimes the server acts up , but two days in a row is kinda new for me.

Also I know that I can just DL the mods manually and then install with NMM.

 



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no , you just haven't seen any of the updates about it

NMM is still being updated , though it's kept in a GitHUB page (the version found here isn't the latest)

the error is due to a server update , and the version here doesn't work with the servers since that update

so go to the GitHUB page and download the latest version (I believe it's 0.65.5)



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Hi Ezekiel20,

 

You should take a look at our news post found here: https://www.nexusmod...yrim/news/13481

 

This is likely why you are having the error.



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Hi Ezekiel20,

 

You should take a look at our news post found here: https://www.nexusmod...yrim/news/13481

 

This is likely why you are having the error.

Well Well thats it, thy....aaand I feel embarrassed, funfact april. 24 was the last time I had NMM logged in. Guess that was before the update, and since may. 8 it wont login and so...auto update. So jeah, solved..thx again ^^



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... go to the GitHUB page and download the latest version (I believe it's 0.65.5)

Sorry, I'm just a casual user. I was having the same problem with my NMM v0.65.2 and would like to download the very latest version, but have no idea where the GitHUB is located. At least I was able to perform a search and find this topic.

 

Would someone please post a link to the location where I can get the latest version of NMM?



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... go to the GitHUB page and download the latest version (I believe it's 0.65.5)

Sorry, I'm just a casual user. I was having the same problem with my NMM v0.65.2 and would like to download the very latest version, but have no idea where the GitHUB is located. At least I was able to perform a search and find this topic.

 

Would someone please post a link to the location where I can get the latest version of NMM?

 

Try here.

 

Download the installer, right-click it and choose Install as administrator and simply overwrite the older installation.  When opening NMM, everything will be as before, except of course for the version number and the fact you'll again be able to manually move plug-ins around in NMM's plugins tab as all versions prior to v0.65.3 had an error in the xml code that prevented plug-ins to be moved when an esl was loaded above an esm.



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Try here.
 
Download the installer, right-click it and choose Install as administrator and simply overwrite the older installation.  When opening NMM, everything will be as before, except of course for the version number and the fact you'll again be able to manually move plug-ins around in NMM's plugins tab as all versions prior to v0.65.3 had an error in the xml code that prevented plug-ins to be moved when an esl was loaded above an esm.


Thanks! I now have another problem. :smile:

As soon as as the file has been downloaded my Anti-virus software (Norton System Works) complains"

"Nexus.Mod.Manager-0.65.6.exe is not safe and has been removed."

Is anyone else getting this problem?





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