Kaasahthur (OLD) Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:35pm
This is what I really don't understand and infuriates me
So, I was playing fine with no problems at all and all mods working beautifully. I save game. I leave for the day. I come home. Crashings after the loading screen. But it would load just fine not even 13 hours ago. How does amount of elapsed time make any difference.
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Tibbers Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:37pm 
You installed the time bomb mod, didn't you?
Kaasahthur (OLD) Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:38pm 
No never did...
Tibbers Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:40pm 
Use LOOT and make sure you are using the latest version of SKSE.
Kaasahthur (OLD) Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:41pm 
I am and I am. Everything is in order. I had played all night without even changing mods
Kaasahthur (OLD) Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:43pm 
FNIS is running fine, ran my SkyProc Patcher, ran my LOOT it's just everything was fine all night last night and now I can't even play. The only thing changed was the time of day.
Tibbers Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:45pm 
Did you verify that no plugins have become unchecked? (maybe a dumb question, but I gotta ask)
Grathagis Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:46pm 
Steam workshop mods might have been updated.
Kaasahthur (OLD) Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:58pm 
Yeah, I did. And I dunno what it is. I can make a new game I just can't load a save.
Hellbishop Aug 18, 2014 @ 4:59pm 
You may have saved in a area that was crash buggy just before you exited the game. Mods that change the landscape or add new creatures i have used had some areas that would cause crashes. Usually isolated areas and big massings of creatures fighting with each other etc.

Did you check to see if all your mods are still activated? Did you remove any knowingly or unknowingly. Removing mods unlike previous Elder Scrolls games will cause problems. Even Bethesda mentioned its a big no no and you have to load a save before the mod was installed to keep things stable.
Kaasahthur (OLD) Aug 18, 2014 @ 5:00pm 
I just now made a new character didn't even move from spawn point. Saved exited game came back in to load the new character and CTD at load screen. This didn't even happen last night and nothing has been changed...when I was finally able to play Skyrim again something has to go wrong of course.
Tibbers Aug 18, 2014 @ 5:02pm 
Originally posted by Lord Kohnarik:
I just now made a new character didn't even move from spawn point. Saved exited game came back in to load the new character and CTD at load screen. This didn't even happen last night and nothing has been changed...when I was finally able to play Skyrim again something has to go wrong of course.
I know you ran LOOT and it played fine before, but it sounds like a mod might be causing a problem. You should just start turning them off 1 at a time until you find the culprit.
Hellbishop Aug 18, 2014 @ 5:02pm 
Originally posted by Lord Kohnarik:
I just now made a new character didn't even move from spawn point. Saved exited game came back in to load the new character and CTD at load screen. This didn't even happen last night and nothing has been changed...when I was finally able to play Skyrim again something has to go wrong of course.

I know the frustration your feeling. I finally gave up and just play modless and am enjoying SKYRIM much more without wondering if am getting the experiance Bethesda planned for us all or not. Nothing like sudden crashing to ruin a night of gaming or a wasted weekend morning tracking down a problem.
Last edited by Hellbishop; Aug 18, 2014 @ 5:03pm
Kaasahthur (OLD) Aug 18, 2014 @ 5:05pm 
I'm thinking about playing with minimal mods. Just graphic enhancers and quest add-ons Frostfall and a needs mod. Maybe Requiem or SkyRe. I enjoy having the plethora of mods but having constant fail like this is so frustrating.
Tibbers Aug 18, 2014 @ 5:19pm 
Originally posted by Lord Kohnarik:
I'm thinking about playing with minimal mods. Just graphic enhancers and quest add-ons Frostfall and a needs mod. Maybe Requiem or SkyRe. I enjoy having the plethora of mods but having constant fail like this is so frustrating.
Do you use mod organizer, enboost, and wyre bash?

I did the same thing, started with minimal mods because I was sick of instability. If you do that, you can still add a lot of mods and have a stable system. Just install one mod at a time, make sure you've read all the mod author's info about it and read the comments from other people, and, just as important, make sure you make a back-up save from before you installed the mod(in the console, type save NameOfBackupSaveHere).

I'm currently running 120 mods plugins with no issues, and still installing mods. It's all about taking your time and doing it right.
Kaasahthur (OLD) Aug 18, 2014 @ 5:23pm 
I generally do. I read for any compatability issues and any necessary patches. I read user comments to see how stable or unstable it is. I don't use any of those 3 as of now. But I'm going to redo everything and I'm going to do it 100% this time. And all pointed towards better Immersion.
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