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tankslayer367

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Hey, I am not sure if this exist yet or not... Is there a mod or tool to trace a faulting mod for games like Fallout 4, Fallout NV, Skyrim....and so on...when a person such as me is running 52 .esm+.esp files it gets a little difficult to find who made who crash.

Yeah I get that its is most likely the newest one is that cause, however it is not always to the core/base files it conflicts with; it would be nice to be able to identify what part'(s) of the mod is conflicting or even if it is the newest mod....(sometimes it can regional/location-based/action-based).



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CTDs can happen for so many reasons, such a tool would have a hard time to know where to start. I found Vortex profile management very useful when I tried to find the cause for a CTD I was having. I ended up disabling half my mods at first, run the game, then the other half, and then narrow it down from there.

 

Ultimately I was able to trace the cause to 1 dodgy texture on scimitar weapons and found that Redguards spawning somewhere off-screen were causing the crash.  :sweat:



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Still always worth asking, maybe Bethesda has a conflict emulator in its internal tool kit (will try reaching out)...







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