The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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aeiou. Apr 9, 2014 @ 6:00pm
SKSE Problems
Yesterday, I tried to start up Skyrim with SKSE as I normally do but, for starters it took a long time for anything to happen, then it said Skyrim was not responding. I haven't installed any new mods, I didn't do anything since the last time I played which ran fine. I tried restarting my computer, re installing SKSE, and disabling the last few mods I downloaded. I think it is a problem to do with SKSE as I can start Skyrim from the steam launcher fine. If anyone knows what could have happened, any help is appreciated
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Trigger Apr 9, 2014 @ 6:11pm 
what version 1.6.16 or 1.7 alpha
aeiou. Apr 10, 2014 @ 7:11pm 
Originally posted by Trigger:
what version 1.6.16 or 1.7 alpha
I tried both, same result.
aeiou. Apr 10, 2014 @ 7:12pm 
Originally posted by SNG:M TiltedDomino:
I've experienced similar issues with the Fallout New Vegas Script Extender as well as the Skyrim Script Extender. If I could describe it in a simle way, they just crap themselves and stop working sometimes.


Yeah I was thinking it might just start working again because that's how these things sometimes turn out but it's been a while.
aeiou. Apr 11, 2014 @ 4:56pm 
Originally posted by SNG:M TiltedDomino:
I've experienced similar issues with the Fallout New Vegas Script Extender as well as the Skyrim Script Extender. If I could describe it in a simle way, they just crap themselves and stop working sometimes.

Is there an actual solution or just wait?
aeiou. Apr 11, 2014 @ 9:12pm 
Originally posted by SNG:M TiltedDomino:
Originally posted by AweYeah!:

Is there an actual solution or just wait?

The main thing I would suggest is uninstall some of the more recent mods one at a time and see if it fixes anything. You could also try and customize your load order by finding a guide somewhere online.

I'll try this, but I have never heard of any guides to load orders. could you point me in the direction of one?
crapmonster Apr 11, 2014 @ 9:17pm 
Im guessing you already did this but....you did try and run it normally to confirm it actually is skse which is the issue?

If so my only suggestion is check to see whether or not windows accidently changed the permissions on the skse files in your skyrim directory. Check to see that they are set to run as admin.
aeiou. Apr 11, 2014 @ 9:18pm 
Thanks, I found a thread on the Nexus that sounds like what my problem is but it seems to be a steam beta thing from last year, not promising. I`ll let you know if it works.
Last edited by aeiou.; Apr 11, 2014 @ 9:32pm
aeiou. Apr 11, 2014 @ 9:19pm 
Originally posted by crapmonster:
Im guessing you already did this but....you did try and run it normally to confirm it actually is skse which is the issue?

If so my only suggestion is check to see whether or not windows accidently changed the permissions on the skse files in your skyrim directory. Check to see that they are set to run as admin.

I have run it through steam and I will check the permissions now but I have tried running it as an admin.
Last edited by aeiou.; Apr 11, 2014 @ 9:19pm
aeiou. Apr 11, 2014 @ 9:49pm 
Ok nothing worked, I downloaded BOSS and ran it. I got errors on the Update and DLC files which the thread that was linked said was normal. I also have never really worked with windows permissions, what am I looking for and what should I change? Also I was wondering what possible causes are there, I haven't touched anything recently, so the only things I can think of is a steam update
Last edited by aeiou.; Apr 11, 2014 @ 9:59pm
crapmonster Apr 11, 2014 @ 10:00pm 
Fairly self-explanatory.

Right click, Run as Admin.

or

Right click, Properties, Compatibility, Run this program as an admin.
★Kelvy★ Apr 11, 2014 @ 10:49pm 
Errors! as errors or dirty edits in Update and DLC 's in BOSS
Last edited by ★Kelvy★; Apr 11, 2014 @ 10:50pm
aeiou. Apr 12, 2014 @ 6:27am 
Dirty edits, sorry.
Last edited by aeiou.; Apr 12, 2014 @ 6:27am
aeiou. Apr 13, 2014 @ 3:27pm 
Anymore ideas?

[ Installation ]

1. Copy the .dll and .exe files to your Skyrim directory. This is
usually in your Program Files folder under
Steam\SteamApps\common\skyrim\. If you see files named TESV and
SkyrimLauncher, this is the correct folder. Do not copy these files to
the Data folder as with a normal mod. The "src" folder is only useful
for programmers, most users can ignore it.

2. Copy the .pex files in Data\Scripts\ into the Data\Scripts\ folder of
your installation. The .pex files are needed by all users of SKSE.

3. Copy the .psc files in Data\Scripts\Source\ into the
Data\Scripts\Source\ folder of your installation. The .psc files are
only needed if you have the CreationKit installed and intend to create
or compile Papyrus scripts.

4. Launch the game via running skse_loader.exe. Steam must be running
before launching Skyrim.

If you use a desktop shortcut to launch Skyrim normally, just update the
shortcut to point to skse_loader.exe instead of TESV.exe or
SkyrimLauncher.exe.
http://skse.silverlock.org/skse_readme.txt

Better yet, just use the SKSE-installer.exe
aeiou. Apr 13, 2014 @ 3:32pm 
I have installed, uninstalled, and reinstalled both versions of SKSE on their website. It hasnt worked yet.
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