PittBill99 1 Lut - 23:12
RACE MENU!!!!!
Can someone PLEASE!!!!! Create a Race Menu Mod like in Nexus so we can custom create our characters?????? PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEASE!!!!!!!!!!
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Gropax 1 Lut - 23:21 
there is one its called Race Menu or did you want someone to rip off that mod and put it on the Workshop and if thats the case no.
Pepe_DeJefe 1 Lut - 23:24 
Why not just, y'know, use the Nexus one? What's so crushing about it being there instead of in the workshop?
Incunabulum 1 Lut - 23:26 
Hey, good noews - there's a RaceMenu mod on the Nexus! Does exactly what you want it to do.
Science 1 Lut - 23:40 
Yeah...why not just download it off nexus? Is it because of the servers' reliability?
PittBill99 2 Lut - 0:11 
I'm having probs using steam and nexus together. :( I wish I could pay someone to set this up for me, not very "tech saavy" where this is concerned
Pepe_DeJefe 2 Lut - 0:15 
What kind of problems? Nexus is just a website you download stuff from, and even their mod manager doesn't interact or "cross streams" with Steam in any way. You should be able to use both without either even being aware of the other's existance beyond Nexus mod manager autodetecting the Steam folder as Skyrim's install location.
Ostatnio edytowany przez: Pepe_DeJefe; 2 Lut - 0:20
PittBill99 2 Lut - 0:20 
I dowloaded Nexus, ok I just tried to run and it says I have no INI file. Run Skyrim to initialize the file before installing any mods

What kind of problems? Nexus is just a website you download stuff from, and even their mod manager doesn't interact or "cross streams" with Steam in anyway.
Pepe_DeJefe 2 Lut - 0:26 
The ini file is the file the game creates when you first run it to save your graphics preferences and such. If you haven't ever started Skyim before, it won't exist yet, because having never started it has no preferences as such to save yet.

If you have started the game already, check to make sure your ini file has been generated in the right loacation. It should be in Documents/My Games/Skyrim.
Ostatnio edytowany przez: Pepe_DeJefe; 2 Lut - 0:26
PittBill99 2 Lut - 0:29 
So my Skyrim folder, and my Nexus folder should be in Documents/My Games ?

The ini file is the file the game creates when you first run it to save your graphics preferences and such. If you haven't ever started Skyim before, it won't exist yet, because having never started it has no preferences as such to save yet.

If you have started the game already, check to make sure your ini file has been generated in the right loacation. It should be in Documents/My Games/Skyrim.
Pepe_DeJefe 2 Lut - 0:47 
No. Skyrim, all by itself, has two different "bundles" of files in two different locations:

1: Program Files (x86)/Steam/SteamApps//common/Skyrim
This is where the actual game data is kept, i.e. the engine, art assets and other stuff that comprise the game itself. These files are what was downloaded/created by Steam to install Skyrim on your machine.

2: Documents/My Games/Skyrim
This is where save games and INI files are kept. Basically, if it's a file generated by the game while it's running rather than a file that's part of the games original "body", it will be here.

Nexus Mod Manager needs to have acess to both in order to do it's job. It will autodetect them if they exist and are where they are supposed to be.

NMM has it's own files, but those are kept in a different place. Don't worry about those for now, they're not the problem.

NMM is telling you it can't find Skrim's INI file where it's supposed to be by default, which means either A) you've never started Skyrim before, so those files haven't been created (in whih case just quit NMM, start Skyrim, quit, then start NMM again. You don't even have to go into the game proper, just starting and quitting the launcher will be enough), or B) your Skyrim INI file was created or moved to a non-default location.

If you have started or played your current install of Skyrim before at all, go to Documents/My Games, and see if there is a file called "Skyrim" there, and if it has a file caled "Skyrim.ini" in it.
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PittBill99 2 Lut - 0:53 
The Documents/My Games/Skyrim location 'does not' have the ini file in it

No. Skyrim, all by itself, creates two different "bundles" of files in two different locations:

1: Program Files (x86)/Steam/SteamApps//common/Skyrim
This is where the actual game data is kept, i.e. the engine, art assets and other stuff that comprise the game itself.

2: Documents/My Games/Skyrim
This is where save games and INI files are kept. Basically, if it's a file generated by the game rather than a file that's part of the games "body", it will be here.

Nexus Mod Manager needs to have acess to both in order to do it's job. It will autodetect them if they exist and are where they are supposed to be.

NMM has it's own files, but those are kept in a different place. Don't worry about those for now, they're not the problem.

NMM is telling you it can't find Skrim's INI file where it's supposed to be by default, which means either A) you've never started Skyrim before, so those files haven't been created (in whih case just quit NMM, start Skyrim, quit, then start NMM again. You don't even have to go into the game proper, just starting and quitting the launcher will be enough), or B) your Skyrim INI file was created or moved to a non-default location.

If you have started or played your current install of Skyrim before at all, go to Documents/My Games, and see if there is a file called "Skyrim" there, and if it has a file caled "Skyrim.ini" in it.
Pepe_DeJefe 2 Lut - 0:55 
Have you run or played your current installation of the game at all yet?
PittBill99 2 Lut - 0:58 
Yes, i've had it for several months now and have been playing

Have you run or played your current installation of the game at all yet?
Pepe_DeJefe 2 Lut - 1:11 
Okay, try this:

First, uninstall NMM.

Next, go to Program Files (x86)/Steam/SteamApps/common/Skyrim, right click "TESV.exe", selct "properties", click the "compatabilities" tab, and check the box marked "run this program as administrator". Do the same for "SkyrimLauncher.exe". Sometimes lack of admin rights can block Skyrim from creating an INI file (this shouldn't be the case and rarely is, but apparently it can happen).

EDIT: this can also sometimes happen if Skyrim or the Steam folder has been moved to a location outside of the default C/Program Files (x86).

Now start Skyrim, and then quit it. Check you Documents/My Games/Skyrim file to see if an INI file has been created.

If there is one, go back to TESV.exe and SkyrimLauncher.exe and untick the "run this program as administrator" boxes. Then go to where you downloaded the NMM installer exe, right click it, and select "run as administrator".
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PittBill99 2 Lut - 1:30 
It gave me an INI file, I uninstalled NMM like you said. Are there left over folders?

Okay, try this:

First, uninstall NMM.

Next, go to Program Files (x86)/Steam/SteamApps/common/Skyrim, right click "TESV.exe", selct "properties", click the "compatabilities" tab, and check the box marked "run this program as administrator". Do the same for "SkyrimLauncher.exe". Sometimes lack of admin rights can block Skyrim from creating an INI file (this shouldn't be the case and rarely is, but apparently it can happen).

EDIT: this can also sometimes happen if Skyrim or the Steam folder has been moved to a location outside of the default C/Program Files (x86).

Now start Skyrim, and then quit it. Check you Documents/My Games/Skyrim file to see if an INI file has been created.

If there is one, go back to TESV.exe and SkyrimLauncher.exe and untick the "run this program as administrator" boxes. Then go to where you downloaded the NMM installer exe, right click it, and select "run as administrator".
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