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  1. Thank you so much!! Especially to you, cdcooley and sLoPpY. I'll try both of your scripts out! So far, CdCooley's one is simple, elegant, and it works well. I haven't tried sLoPpY's option, but I will and I'll let you know! Thanks tons!
  2. As it says on the title, I added a teleport spell to a player home mod and it simply doesn't work. I created the magiceffect, copy-pasted a script in there (it was one someone wrote for me like 3 years ago because I don' know anything much about scripts), added in the properties, connected all the relevant spells to the effect, threw one of the spells into a spellbook, and.... I can learn the spell, but not teleport. Maybe it's a problem with the script itself, in which case I'll provide it here and someone who knows what they're looking at can tell me what to type and where. Scriptname _shadowstarteleporthomescript extends activemagiceffect Actor property PlayerREF AutoObjectReference property TeleportMarker AutoObjectReference property MyTempMarker AutoSpell property ShadowstarTeleportHome autoSpell property ShadowstarTeleportReturn autoGlobalVariable property PlayerX autoGlobalVariable property PlayerY autoGlobalVariable property PlayerZ auto Event OnSpellCast(Form akSpell) Spell spellCast = akSpell as Spell if spellCast && spellCast ==ShadowstarTeleportHome PlayerX.SetValue(Game.GetPlayer().GetPositionX()) PlayerY.SetValue(Game.GetPlayer().GetPositionY()) PlayerZ.SetValue(Game.GetPlayer().GetPositionZ()) Game.GetPlayer().AddSpell(ShadowstarTeleportReturn, true) Game.GetPlayer().RemoveSpell(ShadowstarTeleportHome, true) debug.notification("Teleport home") Game.GetPlayer().MoveTo(TeleportMarker) endIf if spellCast && spellCast ==ShadowstarTeleportReturn MyTempMarker.Disable() MyTempMarker.MoveTo(Game.GetPlayer()) MyTempMarker.Enable() MyTempMarker.AddToMap( True ) debug.notification("Teleport back") Game.GetPlayer().MoveTo(MyTempMarker) Game.GetPlayer().AddSpell(ShadowstarTeleportHome, true) Game.GetPlayer().RemoveSpell(ShadowstarTeleportReturn, true) endIf endEvent Or maybe the problem is in the magiceffect, or one of the two spells, in which case, I'll give you the mod, all neatly 7zipped so anyone with a heart of gold can take a look at it and maybe see mistakes I can't. Yes, the source for the script is included in the mod file. A word of note, it does require General stores to run, but I'm sure one could remove the dependency through tes5Edit or something just for testing purposes. https://www.mediafire.com/?8rz2m9lrrv3ekxp Thank you in advance. I really hope someone will help me. For someone who knows what they're doing and/or has worked with spells and scripts before it shouldn't take too long I imagine, but I am but a humble noob.
  3. I have for literally months been plagued by a whole host of CTD issues which eventually make my game completely unplayable. I have lost dozens of characters to it. The miserable part about it is, on a brand new save, everything appears to work just fine. It's only after I do some quests, level up a bit, start to devote some time to a playthrough that I begin to crash. And once I start crashing, I crash EVERYWHERE. Waiting, saving, loading, ANYWHERE I come across a loading screen. It seems so random and inexplicable. So this last playthrough I didn't modify my load order at all. Didn't add, change, or remove a thing. After a while, it still began crashing. The only thing I can think of as far as a hypothesis is possibly some scripting conflict somewhere between my mods when a quest script or something starts up. But I cannot test which mods are the culprit, because everything works fine on a brand-new, clean save, before I start to really get into quests and things. So, my stats: My GFX is: GeForce GTX 660MMy CPU is: IntelĀ® Core i7-3610QM CPU @ 2.30GHzI have 8 GB of RAMI run Windows 7 64 bitI use ENBoost and Sheson's Memory PatchI use Mod Organizer, not NMM, to manage my downloads and load order. My load order: Things I have done in an effort to fix this plague of crashes include disabling autosaves (Didn't work); going to savetool.exe and clicking Fix all, fix script instances, and reset Havok (Sometimes enabled me to load a save that would crash upon load, but then it would just crash when I fast-travelled or something); and making sure all my checkboxes are green in Wrye bash (they are, all of them); For as long as I have been dealing with this- since December!- I frankly am not holding out much hope for an answer. If I cannot resolve this I'm gonna eventually quit Skyrim altogether, which makes me very sad, because it was a great game until it wasn't.
  4. Thank you camaro. i have no idea why, but PaMa made a patch when I went through SUM, and it only took a couple hours. I do not know why SUM works, or why PaMa no longer works when it did before. I hope this will consistently fix the issue should it come up again.
  5. I am so sorry about the vague title, but really, how do I even begin here? EVERYTHING that could possibly go wrong in my setup has, and it's relentlessly and gradually gotten worse and worse and worse. So, this started a few days ago when I noticed my game would crash when I tried to fast travel to dragonsreach. So I tried to ditch my gear, go to the testing hall, and with the help of the "No Boring Sleep/wait mod, wait for 31 days. My game would consistently crash after waiting 10- 15 hours. Now, when your game is so monumentally f*cked up that you can't manage a clean save, you are in trouble. So I tried a clean re-install. I don't like steam's way of doing things and fortunately I have a backup of a clean Skyrim game folder. Everything in the "common" folder and down. It contains Skyrim, MO, LOOT, Wrye, TES5Edit, and all the masters have been cleaned. I wipe out my entire steam directory, reinstall steam, unzip my backup and proceed to set up MO with all its little programs and pointing everything to the proper directories. And then steam fails to notice that I have Skyrim installed. After repeating the above installation process numerous times, then finally caving and doing it with Steam to no avail, I realize that for some weird reason all I had to do was run the launcher, click Install, and watch as nothing happened except the computer suddenly realized I had Skyrim, install turned to Play, and I headdesk-ed. I point everything in MO to the right directories, install SKSE and the ENB patch, run LOOT, it works, install all my mods, LOOT again, Wrye bash, until everything's green, fiddle with things until LOOT, MO and Wrye all agree that nothing is wrong with my load order, make a bashed patch... and then I go to make a PerMa patch. I know PerMa is supposed to take a while, and I'm used to it taking an hour or two. But after 8 hours and with the PaMa window gone black, I call it crashed, end it, and start again. I waste several days repeating this process. I wait for longer than a cross-country road trip, the window goes black, I exit. To oblivion with every part of this. I have NO idea what has gone so horribly, catastrophically wrong. I have done everything I know to ensure my load order is stable. Here is my massive (190 plugins) load order. Maybe there's a glaring incompatibility I'm missing somewhere. Or maybe the gods just hate me. Could go either way. I'm begging you, please, someone out there who is smarter than me, help me fix this before my computer blows up. http://pastebin.com/yBiEsErt
  6. An update: I fixed it. It was actually really simple. Frostfall manages fast travel, so having Frostfall not-enabled when I reloaded my save made me crash when I tried to fast travel. Herp derp, silly me.
  7. Y'know, Skyrim's been out a long time now, and I've familiarized myself with all the common fixes for clean installing, clean saving, etc. I consider myself nearly an expert on fixing borked Skyrim games, and it's a good thing because I spend more time fixing what has become borked than I do actually playing the game. I don't really mind because about 90% of the time I can iron things out and get them working again. It's just the price you have to pay for running 150+ awesome mods. I have a very lengthy word file reminding myself of the long, detailed, and tedious steps that have to be taken to install Skyrim and its mods. (and you can download said file if you want. It's at the bottom of this post. It's just a compilation of other really helpful installation and bugfixing guides in one convenient location) I am very meticulous and thorough in following the steps mentioned therein. The reason I'm writing this, however, is that I began to experience CTD's whilst walking in certain cells. I of course needed to fix it and I did. I just finished cleaning my save last night with the procedure I describe at the bottom of my file. In summary, I removed Frostfall, stashed my stuff, removed all active magic effects, went to the testing hall, waited 31 days, re-installed Frostfall,and came back to Breezehome for my stuff. Not two hours of gameplay after I finish this and fix the CTDs, I begin to experience CTD's during fast travel. I don't even remember which mods, if any, caused the CTDs in the first place. I've looked in the readme's for all my major, script-heavy mods and off the top of my head I don't recall any script incompatibilities. I can only assume some savegame somewhere from ages ago became corrupted, and has tainted every save since then. My point in writing all of this is that SURELY, after all this time, SOMEBODY has figured out some way to permanently fix these lasting corruptions that doesn't involve literally hours of cleaning, debugging, saving, loading, console-ing, etc. I mean good grief. And yes, I know about the Skyrim Save Cleaner. (http://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/52363/?) I love it. I use it first when I have to clean save games and if that does't work I go back to the backup of the save I just tried to fix and do it the manual way. But seriously. This game is so high-maintenance. Please tell me there's someone out there who is way smarter than me that has invented a better way to make Skyrim stop being finnicky.
  8. I have inherited a gaming laptop. It's seriously badass. 8 gb of ram, a terabyte of hard disk. Systemrequirementslab.com said I could easily run skyrim on the highest settings. And when I installed my favourite mods and fired her up it ran even faster than it did on the gaming desktop I bought in 2011 specifically for skyrim. For about 6 minutes. Then, suddenly, I got an error message saying, "close programs to prevent information loss". I had time to save and quit before it closed the program for me. I did a little research and this is apparently a Pagefile error. It must be that and not a memory Leak because I have the same mods and game version on the desktop, which runs fine. Herein lies the problem: my laptop has a 50 gig SSD with nothing but windows 7 on it. Therefore the Pagefile is extremely small, only a gig. Skyrim is kept on the terabyte D: drive. I really don't want to make the Pagefile on the C: drive very much bigger for fear it'll ruin the SSD or bloat it. I've read that disabling the Pagefile could be dangerous so I'm reluctant to do that. And I'm not sure putting a 10 gig Pagefile on the D: drive would be effective. What should I do?
  9. I have inherited a gaming laptop. It's seriously badass. 8 gb of ram, a terabyte of hard disk. Systemrequirementslab.com said I could easily run skyrim on the highest settings. And when I installed my favourite mods and fired her up it ran even faster than it did on the gaming desktop I bought in 2011 specifically for skyrim. For about 6 minutes. Then, suddenly, I got an error message saying, "close programs to prevent information loss". I had time to save and quit before it closed the program for me. I did a little research and this is apparently a Pagefile error. It must be that and not a memory Leak because I have the same mods and game version on the desktop, which runs fine. Herein lies the problem: my laptop has a 50 gig SSD with nothing but windows 7 on it. Therefore the Pagefile is extremely small, only a gig. Skyrim is kept on the terabyte D: drive. I really don't want to make the Pagefile on the C: drive very much bigger for fear it'll ruin the SSD or bloat it. I've read that disabling the Pagefile could be dangerous so I'm reluctant to do that. And I'm not sure putting a 10 gig Pagefile on the D: drive would be effective. What should I do?
  10. So, I've been playing a new character for a few days now. I'm at the part where I enter HighHrothgar and have to demonstrate my Fus shout to Arngier. When I do, though, he attacks me. I have tried running away, sleeping for 24 hours, and returning, but they just pick up where they left off trying to kill me. I did try the console command to add me to the greybeards faction: player.addfac 0002c6c8. It worked but it caused dragons to not attack me, breaking immersion and making it hard to kill them. I don't play vanilla by any means, and my load order is thus: Skyrim.esm ActiveUpdate.esm ActiveDawnguard.esm ActiveDragonborn.esm ActiveApachiiHair.esm ActiveAzarHair.esm ActiveAP Skyrim.esm ActiveAsharaMerchantNPC.esm ActiveGeneralStores.esm ActiveGeneralDisplays.esm ActiveGeneralDisplays - DG.esm ActiveGeneralDisplays - DB.esm Activemoonpath.esm ActiveOblHairs07.esm ActiveOblHairs04.esm ActiveOblHairs02.esm ActiveOblHairs05.esm ActiveOblHairs03.esm ActiveOblHairs01.esm ActiveOblHairs06.esm ActiveORS_MorthalPain.esm ActiveORS_SolitudeGate.esm ActiveUnofficial Skyrim Patch.esp ActiveUnofficial Dawnguard Patch.esp ActiveUnofficial Dragonborn Patch.esp ActiveChesko_Frostfall.esp Activefantasy music overhaul.esp ActiveActivators.esp ActiveExpandedJewelryCrafting.esp Activehc5changerace.esp ActiveUnlimitedBookshelves.esp ActiveSkyrim Flora Overhaul.esp ActiveRaceMenu.esp ActiveRaceMenuPlugin.esp ActiveWetandCold.esp ActiveSkyUI.esp ActiveActualize Apparel.esp ActiveAmbrosiaFashions.esp ActiveAsharaRomanticOutfit.esp ActiveAsharaPartyOutfit.esp ActiveAsharaRadiantRaiment.esp ActiveAsharaWeddingOutfit.esp ActiveBlackSacramentArmor.esp ActiveCloaks.esp ActiveCloaks - Dawnguard.esp ActiveCollar.esp ActiveGDAttire.esp ActiveLustmordVampireArmor.esp ActiveMashupUNP.esp ActiveOMageCommonRobesV2.esp ActiveOMageReplacerPack.esp ActiveRing of Change.esp ActiveSovngarde Steel Armor and Weapons.esp ActiveWarning: Contains unexpected (or out of order) records. A compatibility patch fixed and cleaned with TES5Edit can be obtained here. (Compatibility Patch)TERAArmors.esp ActiveTERA Weapons.esp ActiveUNP Jewelry Variants V3.esp ActiveXiNafay - Kitty Corset.esp ActivezzMaidOutfits.esp ActiveSkyRe_Main.esp ActiveSkyRe_Combat.esp ActiveSkyRe_EncounterZones.esp ActiveSkyRe_EnemyAI.esp ActiveSkyRe_EnemyScaling.esp ActiveSkyRe_StandingStones.esp ActiveSkyRe_Survivalism.esp ActiveAdalMatar.esp ActiveBetterDarkBrotherhood.esp ActiveWarning: This file contains 2 deleted NavMesh record(s) that TES5Edit cannot repair automatically and it may cause problems with your game. NavMesh deletions should be reported to the mod author. A guide to repairing NavMesh deletions with TES5Edit is located here.bhabhilon.esp ActiveConvenient Horse Herding.esp ActiveDovahkriidGrenzganger.esp ActiveDragonmournInn.esp ActiveWarning: This file contains 4 deleted NavMesh record(s) that TES5Edit cannot repair automatically and it may cause problems with your game. NavMesh deletions should be reported to the mod author. A guide to repairing NavMesh deletions with TES5Edit is located here.GeneralDisplays - GS.esp ActiveGildergreen Regrown.esp ActiveHebrock_Der Schatten von Meresis - EV.esp ActiveLevelersTower.esp Activemoonpath_questdata.esp ActiveMy Home Is Your Home.esp ActiveRendspire Palace Reborn.esp Activesuncresthall.esp ActiveWarning: This file contains 2 deleted NavMesh record(s) that TES5Edit cannot repair automatically and it may cause problems with your game. NavMesh deletions should be reported to the mod author. A guide to repairing NavMesh deletions with TES5Edit is located here.Sweet&Sexy Lingerie.esp ActiveTheDomain.esp ActiveWarning: This file contains 1 deleted NavMesh record(s) that TES5Edit cannot repair automatically and it may cause problems with your game. NavMesh deletions should be reported to the mod author. A guide to repairing NavMesh deletions with TES5Edit is located here.The Fifth Gate.esp ActiveTheFrontier.esp ActiveWyrmstooth.esp ActiveMannequin_Female_Vyctoria.esp ActiveSkooma Incorporated.esp ActiveSFO - Expanded Diversity.esp ActiveConvenient Horses.esp ActiveConvenient Horses - Unique Frost.esp ActiveBetter Vampires.esp ActiveShoo_TestCRVampFix.esp ActiveASX_Spells.esp ActiveMidasSkyrim.esp ActiveWarning: Original file was released before the Creation Kit (07 Feb. 2012) an update to the previous compatibility patch fixed and cleaned with TES5Edit can be obtained here. (Compatibility Patch)Enchanting Freedom.esp ActiveMacKom_LoreStylesHairSet.esp ActiveTheEyesOfBeauty.esp ActiveInigo.esp ActiveViconia.esp ActiveFFBretons.esp ActiveFFNords.esp ActiveOdvar.esp ActiveSMSkyrim.esp ActiveCerwidenCompanion.esp ActiveEMCompViljaSkyrim.esp ActiveEMViljaInSolstheimAddOn.esp ActiveSGFChastity.esp ActiveSGFEris.esp ActiveSGFKodelia.esp ActiveSGFLucretia.esp ActiveSGFSabeena.esp ActiveAmazingFollowerTweaks.esp ActiveAlternate Start - Live Another Life.esp ActiveSkyRe_Races.esp ActiveWATER.esp ActiveWATER Plants.esp ActiveWATER DG.esp ActiveWATER DB Waves.esp ActiveDudestiaMultiMarriages.esp ActiveBashed Patch, 0.esp ActiveReProccer.esp Active
  11. I notice that the skyrim ck crashes every time I try to duplicate a worldspace. So I can get all the OBJECTS from one worldspace into a new worldspace by copying and pasting in place from the render window, but that doesn't do anything for heightmaps, and LOD. How on earth do I copy and paste (or export and import or whatever) those?? I really have no idea what I'm doing and I'm mega frustrated and need help. Please. I'm desperate.
  12. Skyrim save cleaner seemed to work for me, although I'm not sure if it worked because it required that you save over the broken save, or because of scripting magic. Dunno. Skse's thing did not work consistently for me. I decided the best thing to do was to start over, and not be so careless about my mod use this time.
  13. I'm not sure if this works or not. Still testing
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