Ragnotzo May 19, 2014 @ 4:35am
Realvision enb broke my game completley and won't go away.
I have run the uninstall on the enb - nothing.
I have unistalled and reinstalled the entire game - nothing.
How do I get rid of this? It's so anoying I just want to play the damn game.
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Adam May 19, 2014 @ 4:37am 
wait, wait. can you give more info? do you use mods? you have clean install? if you made a clean install, its not because of ENB. check also enb files in your skyrim directory, maybe something left there.
bobczes May 19, 2014 @ 4:39am 
Try this.

Go to Documents/MyGames/Skyrim and in that folder delete the two Skyrim files (configuration settings). The next time you start the game these files will be reacquired.
Ragnotzo May 19, 2014 @ 4:40am 
The only other mod I have is skyUI, the game worked fine and then I tried to use this enb and the game was at like 3 fps the screen was black for like 10 seconds then you'd get 2 seconds of green or black and red and it was unplayable so I ran the unistal.exe that came with it and it was still there so I deleted local files on steam reintalled and it's still there
Ragnotzo May 19, 2014 @ 4:42am 
Originally posted by bobczes:
Try this.

Go to Documents/MyGames/Skyrim and in that folder delete the two Skyrim files (configuration settings). The next time you start the game these files will be reacquired.

The files are Saves, SKSE, RenderInfo, Skyrim, SkyrimPrefs. Which should I delete and should I do the same for the skyrim file within steamapps
Last edited by Ragnotzo; May 19, 2014 @ 4:43am
bobczes May 19, 2014 @ 4:52am 
Skyrim, SkyrimPref Only these in Documents and restart Steam and try the game again.
Ragnotzo May 19, 2014 @ 5:14am 
Originally posted by bobczes:
Skyrim, SkyrimPref Only these in Documents and restart Steam and try the game again.

The mod is still there, theres still text in the upper left corner and while it's slightly more stable it still has an aweful frame rate and still has werid visual glitches
Adam May 19, 2014 @ 6:04am 
Originally posted by IDontWASHMYFeet:
Originally posted by bobczes:
Skyrim, SkyrimPref Only these in Documents and restart Steam and try the game again.

The mod is still there, theres still text in the upper left corner and while it's slightly more stable it still has an aweful frame rate and still has werid visual glitches

download manually that ENB and check the files it gives. deleta all those from skyrim directory (which come from ENB). usually main file of ENB is d3d9.dll. is it still there?
Ilja May 19, 2014 @ 6:16am 
Originally posted by momo:
download manually that ENB and check the files it gives. deleta all those from skyrim directory (which come from ENB). usually main file of ENB is d3d9.dll. is it still there?

^ This. These types of probelms are rare. When basic file verification does not remove the probelm, it is always safest to assume that there is something extra around.

Let's install you Skyrim one more time, shall we? Le'ts do it one step at the time.
- From Stem client Library view, right click the game and select Properties > Local Files > Delet Local Game Content.

- Exit Steam. (Important)

- Delete your Skyrim folder from ...SteamApps > common. Remember to backup all screenshots that you might have taken with Print Screen button.

- Delete the Skyrim configuration files from (My)Documents > My Games > Skyrim, OR delete the whole Skyirm folder, if you are ready to start a new character.

- Go to your Steam folder. Delete the folder named appcache. (Important)

(- Optional, but recommended: Run CCleaner for registery, or your other favorite registry cleaner)

- Reboot your computer (Important)

- Start Steam and reinstall Skyrim.

I can't see how this wouldn't fix your problem, if it came from something you installed to your game.
[FuG] chibilibi May 19, 2014 @ 7:22am 
Delete d3d9.dll in your Skyrim folder
From there delete any other enb files such as enbraindrops.tga and enbsunsprite.tga and enbpalette.bmp

THAT's how you uninstall an ENB.
Adam May 19, 2014 @ 7:37am 
Originally posted by chibilibi:
Delete d3d9.dll in your Skyrim folder
From there delete any other enb files such as enbraindrops.tga and enbsunsprite.tga and enbpalette.bmp

THAT's how you uninstall an ENB.

yeah, and no need for changing the entire PC, lol.

no need for rebooting, cleaning, etc,
Red May 19, 2014 @ 8:08am 
Remove these files, OP. It doesn't matter if some are missing.

_sample_enbraindrops
enbseries
d3d9.dll
enbloom.fx
enbeffect.fx
enbeffectprepass.fx
enbhost.exe
enblens.fx
enblensmask.png
enblocal.ini.
enbseries.ini
enbsunsprite.fx
enbsunsprite.tga
Last edited by Red; May 19, 2014 @ 8:10am
Zefram Cochrane May 19, 2014 @ 8:31am 
Oh I don't know, how about following the uninstall instructions on the ENB pages? Instead of coming here and throwing a strop as if you expect someone else to pick up the pieces, fix all your problems of your own making for you.
Last edited by Zefram Cochrane; May 19, 2014 @ 8:33am
Ilja May 19, 2014 @ 9:27am 
Originally posted by momo:
Originally posted by chibilibi:
Delete d3d9.dll in your Skyrim folder
From there delete any other enb files such as enbraindrops.tga and enbsunsprite.tga and enbpalette.bmp

THAT's how you uninstall an ENB.

yeah, and no need for changing the entire PC, lol.

no need for rebooting, cleaning, etc,

If you two had paid attention, you would have noticed that this was already suggested above and my comment was related to situation where merely removing the file does not work.

Skyrim mods are not plugins, you can just pull away. Some of them - especially ENBs - will include their own files (as Red demostrated) to the game and occasionally require changes to existing configuration files as well.

More over, you would have noticed that OP had already tried to reinstall the game. To vain, when previous installation data is still present. That data can be cleared only by removing appcahce folder and optional registry cleaning will ensures that traces are removed properly.

Same effect is present each and every time you verify the integrity of game cache. Your problems will remain, if data in appcache folder is messed up as it usually is - defending it's place as currently weakest link of Steam installation.
Last edited by Ilja; May 19, 2014 @ 9:31am
Domhnall of Zena May 19, 2014 @ 9:36am 
Delete your Skyrim folder manually. The uninstall on Steam for the game is terrible and leaves behind the majority of the files. Then reinstall.
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