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Pitzia 26 Φεβ, 2013 @ 3:17μμ
Power went out and I'm stuck in loading screens
So, basically, the power went out while I was playing Skyrim, the PC shut down and when I restarted it, I got stuck for hours on the loading screen. I've tried restarting the computer several times and it's still the same. It shows the "Continue game/ New game /etc" screen, but after I hit Continue, just keeps on loading forever.
Anyone has any advice?
Thanks!
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SuperWingsy 26 Φεβ, 2013 @ 3:25μμ 
You might have to load from an earlier save. I'm not sure if that would fix it but its the only thing I can think of.
Shocks -Asparagine- 26 Φεβ, 2013 @ 3:28μμ 
What Jarl said; the sudden power shutoff could ahve corrupted your current save. Just continue from a previous save.
stabbykitteh 26 Φεβ, 2013 @ 3:29μμ 
Did you try loading an earlier save or starting a new game? See if that works.
If it does, it's possible your save was corrupted. If not try verifying your game cache:

Steam Library > Skyrim (right click) > Properties > Local Files >
Verify Intergrity of Game Cache.
Pitzia 26 Φεβ, 2013 @ 5:40μμ 
It worked! Thanks a lot, guys!
finndo77 26 Μαϊ, 2013 @ 8:23μμ 
I have found (by using two monitors and using windows task manager on the second screen while playing) Skyrim tends to load up around 370MB of RAM to get to the title screen, now if you try to load a save game that takes the total Working set RAM usage OVER 1.8GB there is a good chance it will fail to load (really good if you use more than 20 mods), I have around 120 mods installed (I had to cut down to reduce the number of game crashes to a playable amount, used to be around 370 mods). On average when I play an interior save game will load up between 600MB and 1.2GB of used working set RAM for TESV.exe, an exterior cell will load up between 1.6GB and 2.4GB of working set RAM usage. 80% of the time if the current RAM usage is over 1.9GB then I know that my save most likely won't load.

WORKAROUND:
load an interior save game, then load the save you really want to play. This works 100% of the time for me when I have loading screen hangs (except when CTD during save, that might actually be a corrupted save file and I have had 4 of those in 420 hours of game play in Skyrim)

No BS, I have to do this about 20 times every time I try to play Skyrim as I CTD about once every 15-30 minutes while playing.
JKflipflop 27 Μαϊ, 2013 @ 1:29πμ 
Αναρτήθηκε αρχικά από finndo77:
I have found (by using two monitors and using windows task manager on the second screen while playing) Skyrim tends to load up around 370MB of RAM to get to the title screen, now if you try to load a save game that takes the total Working set RAM usage OVER 1.8GB there is a good chance it will fail to load (really good if you use more than 20 mods), I have around 120 mods installed (I had to cut down to reduce the number of game crashes to a playable amount, used to be around 370 mods). On average when I play an interior save game will load up between 600MB and 1.2GB of used working set RAM for TESV.exe, an exterior cell will load up between 1.6GB and 2.4GB of working set RAM usage. 80% of the time if the current RAM usage is over 1.9GB then I know that my save most likely won't load.

WORKAROUND:
load an interior save game, then load the save you really want to play. This works 100% of the time for me when I have loading screen hangs (except when CTD during save, that might actually be a corrupted save file and I have had 4 of those in 420 hours of game play in Skyrim)

No BS, I have to do this about 20 times every time I try to play Skyrim as I CTD about once every 15-30 minutes while playing.

You necro'd a 3 month old thread where the op clearly found his issue for this? Seriously?
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