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redownloading skyrim special edition and needing help from someone to help me get skse64 2.0.8 and skyui to work properly

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ok so i am now reinstalling skyrim special edition through steam and im using the nexus mod manager for mods as well as some of the mods that are built into the game itself,

 

Now! I need someone who is willing to remote access my pc to help me set this skse64 and skyui up so that it runs like it's suppose to so I can use the mods from nexus and lovelabs.com so I want to know who would be willing to help me out on this request cause ive tried this several times already and nothing is working for me and the mods are only working half-ass and its annoying me like crazy because I see all these other mod users using these mods perfectly through youtube videos etc but yet they wont work for me because of skse64 and skyui not working properly on my pc even the lite mod animations ive tried out do not work to their full potential and theyre suppose to work without skse64 and skyui but someone is obviously lying somewhere with their own mods 

 

so for now im going to sit here and watch for responses to see who is willing to help me out  and trust and believe whoever helps me out youll have no clue as to how much appreciation id have for you for helping me and that's straight up truth



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I assume you still have the SKSE64 2.07 files intact.  If so then do this.

 

1. Delete the skse64_1_5_39.dll in the Skyrim Special Edition folder

 

2. Extract the SKSE64 1.5.50 archive into the Skyrim Special Edition folder and overwrite all files when prompted

 

 

That's about it and you're done.

 

The next step is to first launch SSE, just to see you doesn't get a CTD.  After that re-load a gamesave and make a normal save, not a quicksave then exit SSE to desktop.

 

Now, is it time to install SkyUI 5.2 then launch SSE via the SKSE64 shortcut and see the result.  Should you get a CTD then verify game cache in Steam and start over.

 

But remember every time you either update or verify game cache in Steam for SSE you need to clean the official master files by following alt3rn1ty's excellent cleaning guide.



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I assume you still have the SKSE64 2.07 files intact.  If so then do this.

 

1. Delete the skse64_1_5_39.dll in the Skyrim Special Edition folder

 

2. Extract the SKSE64 1.5.50 archive into the Skyrim Special Edition folder and overwrite all files when prompted

 

 

That's about it and you're done.

 

The next step is to first launch SSE, just to see you doesn't get a CTD.  After that re-load a gamesave and make a normal save, not a quicksave then exit SSE to desktop.

 

Now, is it time to install SkyUI 5.2 then launch SSE via the SKSE64 shortcut and see the result.  Should you get a CTD then verify game cache in Steam and start over.

 

But remember every time you either update or verify game cache in Steam for SSE you need to clean the official master files by following alt3rn1ty's excellent cleaning guide.

 

no I have the skse64 2.0.8 files not 2.0.7



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@leonardo

 

sjelmoon619 is correct, straight copy and paste from silverlock below

 

Current SE build 2.0.8 (runtime 1.5.50): 7z archive







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