30k Apr 29 @ 4:08pm
WETriggerScript Error Crash
heres a screenshot. http://cloud-2.steampowered.com/ugc/487822565292026376/04CB8263AB5E125E02464366DEFEF02CCAA6136F/ Recently I've been modifying the game according to what instructions the RealVision ENB mod gives. After a failed attempt with the mod modifying my inis, my catalyst settings, and in-game settings my TESV.exe dissapeared. I tried verifying the cache and eventually uninstalled everything from the mod and starting over by deleting skyrim local game files and then reinstalling. Now I get this error and the game crashes when starting it up.
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Dr. Shocks . DO Apr 29 @ 4:15pm 
Try starting a new game
30k Apr 29 @ 4:18pm 
Originally posted by Shocks -CoEnzyme-:
Try starting a new game
Tried that and it gave me 3 different error messages similar to the ones i got from this one but with different numbers, Then it just froze and wouldn't even close.
Ilja Apr 29 @ 4:57pm 
This bug usually happens, when Steam finds some files have doubles or are not properly uninstalled. Few things to try.

1. Make sure that there are no double files in your game folder - like that you have accidentially made a copy for Skyrim.exe and left it in the game folder.

2. See your Data Files view from launcher. Make sure that no old patch file is floating around. They do not always delete themselves properly. Verify your files.
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3. Exit Steam. Remove your appcache folder from Steam folder. Reboot your computer. Relaunch Steam and verify your files.

4. If that did not work, then remove appcache folder from Steam folder. Completely uninstall Skyrim. Reboot your computer. Relaunch Steam. Reinstall Skyrim.
30k May 12 @ 8:41pm 
Originally posted by Ref:
This bug usually happens, when Steam finds some files have doubles or are not properly uninstalled. Few things to try.

1. Make sure that there are no double files in your game folder - like that you have accidentially made a copy for Skyrim.exe and left it in the game folder.

2. See your Data Files view from launcher. Make sure that no old patch file is floating around. They do not always delete themselves properly. Verify your files.
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3. Exit Steam. Remove your appcache folder from Steam folder. Reboot your computer. Relaunch Steam and verify your files.

4. If that did not work, then remove appcache folder from Steam folder. Completely uninstall Skyrim. Reboot your computer. Relaunch Steam. Reinstall Skyrim.
Tried that. All of that. Didn't work.
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