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So I have just started playing oblivion on pc, after playing in on console for years, and I have been downloading mods left right and center.

All was going well until I travelled to Skingrad.
There is a huge mega mountain slap in the middle of it. Now this thing it huge. It's present inside and outside

The thing is, even after unchecking all my mds in the NMM it is still there on loading my save.

My load order:

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EDIT2: Right so it seems toggled LOD (tll) in the console gets rid of it, so it's definitely  land LOD problem. Any ideas on how to fix?

 

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Edited by elloellowhatthis, 17 March 2013 - 03:56 PM.


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These are the mods I have installed:

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3/3

Attached File  modsc.jpg   233.55KB   2 downloads


Any help would be greatly appreciated.

(P.s Igore 'theholePt2' I accidently checked that when reactivating my mods.)


Edited by elloellowhatthis, 17 March 2013 - 01:05 PM.


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Instead of trying to patch together a mod order listing using pics from NMM, look in the left hand panel for the first white icon with the right pointing arrow - that is the export current load order. Click on it. export to a text file - save that file somewhere easy to find - the desktop is good. Now highlight the entire list and copy (Ctrl-C) - this puts it in your clipboard.

 

Open the forums, go  your post and put the cursor where you want the load order list -  Ctrl-V pastes the list there in an easily readable format. :thumbsup:

 

To make it even better, put the list inside of spoiler tags - this hides it until someone clicks on it to see the list - saving having to scroll down past a long list to get to the next comment every time.

 

To do spoiler tags - look at the top left of the reply box, find the box with the green marks - click on that - you will get a drop down listing of possible bbcode - select the 'spoiler' place your list between the start spoier tag and the end spoiler tag.

 

If you want to do this manually - type it like this, Without the spaces between the [ and the word  [ spoiler ]   is the start and [ /spoiler ]  is the end.

 

Here is how it looks - I used an old FalloutNV load order - click on the word 'spoiler' to see the list. :cool:

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Instead of trying to patch together a mod order listing using pics from NMM, look in the left hand panel for the first white icon with the right pointing arrow - that is the export current load order. Click on it. export to a text file - save that file somewhere easy to find - the desktop is good. Now highlight the entire list and copy (Ctrl-C) - this puts it in your clipboard.

 

Open the forums, go  your post and put the cursor where you want the load order list -  Ctrl-V pastes the list there in an easily readable format. :thumbsup:

 

To make it even better, put the list inside of spoiler tags - this hides it until someone clicks on it to see the list - saving having to scroll down past a long list to get to the next comment every time.

 

To do spoiler tags - look at the top left of the reply box, find the box with the green marks - click on that - you will get a drop down listing of possible bbcode - select the 'spoiler' place your list between the start spoier tag and the end spoiler tag.

 

If you want to do this manually - type it like this, Without the spaces between the [ and the word  [ spoiler ]   is the start and [ /spoiler ]  is the end.

 

Here is how it looks - I used an old FalloutNV load order - click on the word 'spoiler' to see the list. :cool:

Spoiler

Well don't I feel stupid. I actually looked round for somewhere that would let me copy my load order but couldn't see the option anywhere...

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(Feel free to delete the uneeded posts! :D)


Edited by elloellowhatthis, 17 March 2013 - 03:54 PM.


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I think you'll get rid of your problem if you install and run TES4LODGen to regenerate the LOD meshes.



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I think you'll get rid of your problem if you install and run TES4LODGen to regenerate the LOD meshes.

Nope didn't work. Thanks anyway.

Will have to play will tll off for now it seems.

I have also found I CTD in the sea down near anvil.


EDIT: Have fixed the crashing problem. Went through my mods one by one, it was the fishing in cryodil mod causing it.


Edited by elloellowhatthis, 18 March 2013 - 09:52 PM.


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Hi there. Has anyone found a fix for this? I've actually found the same problem in my own game, and I can't pinpoint where the problem is. I thought it may have been a problem with UL, but I don't see the OP having this listed in his load order. 

 

Any clues from anyone here?

 

I speak of the mountain growing out of Skingrad here, by the way.



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Disable a bunch of mods, check if the problem remains etc, this should do the job.






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