Roy Henry Vickers Feb 21 @ 10:01am
can an1 tell me how to fix my skyrim
everytime i log into Skyrim its turn offf
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[S.H.] Osiris Dragonia (AVP) Feb 21 @ 10:07am 
you use mods?
Roy Henry Vickers Feb 21 @ 10:10am 
yeah
LordChibouki Feb 21 @ 10:29am 
if you use mod remove them and try to find the one that cause the problem by reading mod and test
Tlow Killz Feb 21 @ 10:30am 
try starting the game with all mods turned off. if that doesn't work try reinstalling skyrim
Roy Henry Vickers Feb 21 @ 10:42am 
i did restarllll it
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Feb 21 @ 11:01am 
Mostly, the problem arises (as is being hinted at by the above posters) due to issues with mods conflicting with one another.

Perhaps you will benefit from looking up in youtube:

''Beginner's guide to modding Skyrim'' by GOPHER.

This details hints and tips you will benefit from as I am pretty sure that you have some messy load order issue going on there, resulting in crashes...

There are 8 episodes that cover various issues and modding suggestions. Have a look.

(You will benefit from using a mod tool, which is a mod itself, called ''BOSS'' (better Oblivion Sorting software/system).

BOSS helps to flag up mods that are not in the correct order in your mod loading list and tries to best sort them. I think you should learn a bit more about modding.

Best of luck!
Roy Henry Vickers Feb 21 @ 11:07am 
I HAVE troble logging in it s called something
Dr. Shocks . DO Feb 21 @ 11:11am 
When does it "Turn off" ?
Need more detailed information
Roy Henry Vickers Feb 21 @ 11:12am 
i deleded some m,ods so it turns offffff
Arrrrrnold Feb 21 @ 11:19am 
it have to work
Rhuto Feb 21 @ 11:27am 
Originally posted by Roy Henry Vickers:
i deleded some m,ods so it turns offffff:witch:

It is a common problem, which create a lot of negative feelings for the one involved, but mostly it is an direct error due to faulty uninstall of a mod.

A mod that contain no script is easy to delete or remove.

A mod that contain script M U S T be unistalled the way the author tells, if not, scrit might still be present, and point the game to items that are no longer there, and CTD is the only way out.

Always be careful with what mods you install.....read everything before you install....read description on how to uninstall before you do that....only people who understand the way of modding can do this by their own head...we (me included) need to follow instructions!
Cam Feb 21 @ 12:05pm 
This may not work for you but it worked for me:
I had installed a mod pack (the name escapes me) but included two town mods called Laintar Dale and Oakwood. I have the Hearthfire downloadable content pack and if you know these two mods you will know they come with two versions: the Hearthfire version and the Normal version. As I have Hearthfire, I want the Hearthfire one. I unsubscribed from the Normal version of the mod but it did not uninstall it (which I thought it did). I went back into my folder and found the .bsa and .esp files and deleted them manually and that worked. I can now play Skyrim normally.

In short:
1. Ensure all mods you have unsubscribed to are gone
2. Ensure all mods which require DLC that you don't have are gone
3. Ensure all mods have no duplicate files

Hope this works for you! (:
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Feb 21 @ 12:17pm 
I think OP won't understand that...

My advice is to do some research into modding (like I linked but didn't seem to get much response from OP).

The answers he is looking for lies in his own research....

Mod files that contain scripts can be found in:

START: My Computer \ Program Files \ Steam \ Steam apps \ common \ Skyrim \ DATA.

The DATA folder contains your installed mod files. To ensure deletion, checking here is advised...

If you are trying to re play a save game that no longer has the mods it requires to run, you are bound to get crashes....Some mods will cause a mere warning about missing content, others will CTD (as Rhuto explains).

Simple understanding of what you are doing and correct following of mod authors' instructions, and also a little research into modding (my link earlier) will clearly go a loooooooong way here....
Last edited by [KL] Master Dan [StormCats]; Feb 21 @ 12:22pm
Trigger Feb 21 @ 1:10pm 
12 GAUGE will solve your problem
Voodoojedizin Feb 21 @ 1:52pm 
You do not need to uninstall your game!

Depending on where you got your mod, if you downloaded it from steam, see if there is a uninstall requirement, such as dismissing your followers, or removing a item from your inventories. Then all you have to do is unsubscribed from that mod. If you are using the nexus mod manager, it's the same thing, make sure the mod has no uninstall requirements, the nexus mod manager will then safely uninstall it.

If absolutely nothing works, properly uninstall any mods if you can. Then just delete the mod folder, texture folder, and mash folder. Then restart your game.

When you install mods install them one that at a time, make sure each one works before installing the next. Use a program called BOSS, that will make sure the mods are in the proper order and do not interfere with each other. You can find that program on nexus. But do not use the nexus mod installer to install it. It has its own .exe
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