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M24wolf 6 Ιαν @ 11:16μμ
Eyes are all black!
so all my eyes seem to be missing
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=213692666
this shows what im talking about friends help!
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Gropax 6 Ιαν @ 11:20μμ 
its ENB your using did you use the right .dll files i had the same thing happen til i found the right ones. and i see another person likes the Sexy textures. i use the other ones the whiterun one just doesn't look right.
Wolven One 7 Ιαν @ 12:42πμ 
I think that looks kind of awesome! But that might just be me haha
ANGELA 7 Ιαν @ 1:28πμ 
I will always help
M24wolf 7 Ιαν @ 2:36μμ 
i use Realvision ENB and i was pretty thorough with my install, but i can reinstall the enb. Thanks for the tip!
Gropax 7 Ιαν @ 3:30μμ 
thats the same ENB that made my eyes black on my toon you need to make sure you got 243 version if its a new one or older one they turn black.
M24wolf 7 Ιαν @ 6:45μμ 
ahhh ok, the instuctions on the nexus page say use 244 not 243 thanks man
M24wolf 7 Ιαν @ 6:53μμ 
my eyes are still black when i use 243 :p do i need to get rid of all the enb files or jsut replace the .dll file and enbhost.exe
Gropax 7 Ιαν @ 11:12μμ 
i would clean out the whole enb and start all over again and make sure you have the INI settings also he posted

set this values in SkyrimPrefs.ini:

[Display]
bFloatPointRenderTarget=1
bTreesReceiveShadows=1
bDrawLandShadows=1
bShadowsOnGrass=1
iMultiSample=0
bFXAAEnabled=0
iMaxAnisotropy=0
ipresentinterval=1
fGamma=1.2400
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Fear2288 7 Ιαν @ 11:56μμ 
Not sure if it's an ENB problem...could be wrong though.

IIRC black eyes are usually indicative of either missing textures or conflicting ones. Are you using any mods that change NPCs, add or change face/eye textures, etc? If so then those might be the issue. Typically if you have two mods trying to change or mess with the same game file you'll get weird results like this. Check out there mod page(s) and check compatibilities, look for updates, or if the black eye issue is addressed in an FAQ or forum/comment section.
Gropax 8 Ιαν @ 8:27πμ 
its enb i thought the same thing when it happened to me i had installed Covereyes so i uninstalled it and it looked the same. so i reinstalled it and it looked the same i uninstalled ENB Realvision 243a and it went away.
Larsen 8 Ιαν @ 8:39πμ 
I also had the bug, but that was on vanilla Skyrim without mods back in 2012.
I was derping around using the "setplayerrace" command all the time.

You can try using the commands once, and it will probably fix it.
If everyone else has those eyes, I got no fix for your problem.
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M24wolf 8 Ιαν @ 9:06μμ 
Αναρτήθηκε αρχικά από Gropax:
i would clean out the whole enb and start all over again and make sure you have the INI settings also he posted

set this values in SkyrimPrefs.ini:

[Display]
bFloatPointRenderTarget=1
bTreesReceiveShadows=1
bDrawLandShadows=1
bShadowsOnGrass=1
iMultiSample=0
bFXAAEnabled=0
iMaxAnisotropy=0
ipresentinterval=1
fGamma=1.2400

Thanks man this fixed the issue!
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