BronzeNickel 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 7:52
Skyrim mods
How do I get Skyrim mods that add content to work? Every time I get a mod and I load my save it says, "Some content may not be available" "Load?". I know this is becuase of the mod, and when I try and find the new (for example) armour set I can't find it. HELP!
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BronzeNickel 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 7:57 
I heard about a "clean save" but I need it explained. Also I don't want to start over.
Hellsing 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 8:00 
ok first some content may not be aviable that only pops up when you load a save that has a mod that you either 1 unsubsciribed from thus unistalling it (to completly unistall some you must remove the mod's data from you skyrim data folder ) or 2 have just turned off the mod
should it still contuine i would say to loading your first save that you want to start off on from the main menu using load not continue should you click continue skyrim will not respond after you click load that message your getting will pop up click yes and then save and you shouldnt see it again unless you do number1 or number 2 near the top of this comment
Hellsing 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 8:09 
Mr.Livin'LikeLarry eredeti hozzászólása:
I heard about a "clean save" but I need it explained. Also I don't want to start over.
to do a clean save is a bit tricky first
to not start over go under local disk>users>[your username]>my documents>my games> skyrim>saves> and copy all your saves onto 1 of 2 (or both) spots on your desktop or to a flashdrive
now on to the clean saves part
you need to rightclick skyrim and delete the local content then go into your documents go under whereever you have your steam stuff at and make sure there is no skyrim folder if there is delete it also make sure that you dont have a skyrim saves folder anymore as well
after all this is done you will need need to play skyrim and it will install all the files that it would have the first time you played it (yes that means it has to install all over again) and start a new game save it as soon as you can and go to you skyrim save and move all the saves you copied ealier to the new saves folder and you should have them all NOTE: i had to do this and it took i think 1 or 2 days for it to regonize my saves where in there or mabye thats because i didnt put all the saves of my character in there before or even mabye because i use skse but still it should work
BronzeNickel 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 8:13 
Anarchy30 eredeti hozzászólása:
Mr.Livin'LikeLarry eredeti hozzászólása:
I heard about a "clean save" but I need it explained. Also I don't want to start over.
to do a clean save is a bit tricky first
to not start over go under local disk>users>[your username]>my documents>my games> skyrim>saves> and copy all your saves onto 1 of 2 (or both) spots on your desktop or to a flashdrive
now on to the clean saves part
you need to rightclick skyrim and delete the local content then go into your documents go under whereever you have your steam stuff at and make sure there is no skyrim folder if there is delete it also make sure that you dont have a skyrim saves folder anymore as well
after all this is done you will need need to play skyrim and it will install all the files that it would have the first time you played it (yes that means it has to install all over again) and start a new game save it as soon as you can and go to you skyrim save and move all the saves you copied ealier to the new saves folder and you should have them all NOTE: i had to do this and it took i think 1 or 2 days for it to regonize my saves where in there or mabye thats because i didnt put all the saves of my character in there before or even mabye because i use skse but still it should work

I don't think ill need to do that.. Do I?
Hellsing 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 8:16 
yes you do you could always try the one before that and see if that works but thats not using a clean save
Amycus 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 8:53 
Anarchy30 eredeti hozzászólása:
Mr.Livin'LikeLarry eredeti hozzászólása:
I heard about a "clean save" but I need it explained. Also I don't want to start over.
to do a clean save is a bit tricky first
to not start over go under local disk>users>[your username]>my documents>my games> skyrim>saves> and copy all your saves onto 1 of 2 (or both) spots on your desktop or to a flashdrive
now on to the clean saves part
you need to rightclick skyrim and delete the local content then go into your documents go under whereever you have your steam stuff at and make sure there is no skyrim folder if there is delete it also make sure that you dont have a skyrim saves folder anymore as well
after all this is done you will need need to play skyrim and it will install all the files that it would have the first time you played it (yes that means it has to install all over again) and start a new game save it as soon as you can and go to you skyrim save and move all the saves you copied ealier to the new saves folder and you should have them all NOTE: i had to do this and it took i think 1 or 2 days for it to regonize my saves where in there or mabye thats because i didnt put all the saves of my character in there before or even mabye because i use skse but still it should work
Um... that's not what people usually refer to making a "clear save".

Making a clean save is actually really easy. You just uninstall whatever mod you don't want anymore, start the game and load a save, and when you get the "Some content may not be available" "Load?", you press YES. Then when you are inside the game again, just save again. That's it. You now have a clean save.

Everything that earlier was in your save file referring to the mod you uninstalled earlier should now be gone, and if you now try to reload the same save you shouldn't get the "Some content may not be available" message again (until the next time you uninstall a mod).
Legutóbb szerkesztette: Amycus; 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 8:53
BronzeNickel 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 9:01 
Amycus eredeti hozzászólása:
Anarchy30 eredeti hozzászólása:
to do a clean save is a bit tricky first
to not start over go under local disk>users>[your username]>my documents>my games> skyrim>saves> and copy all your saves onto 1 of 2 (or both) spots on your desktop or to a flashdrive
now on to the clean saves part
you need to rightclick skyrim and delete the local content then go into your documents go under whereever you have your steam stuff at and make sure there is no skyrim folder if there is delete it also make sure that you dont have a skyrim saves folder anymore as well
after all this is done you will need need to play skyrim and it will install all the files that it would have the first time you played it (yes that means it has to install all over again) and start a new game save it as soon as you can and go to you skyrim save and move all the saves you copied ealier to the new saves folder and you should have them all NOTE: i had to do this and it took i think 1 or 2 days for it to regonize my saves where in there or mabye thats because i didnt put all the saves of my character in there before or even mabye because i use skse but still it should work
Um... that's not what people usually refer to making a "clear save".

Making a clean save is actually really easy. You just uninstall whatever mod you don't want anymore, start the game and load a save, and when you get the "Some content may not be available" "Load?", you press YES. Then when you are inside the game again, just save again. That's it. You now have a clean save.

Everything that earlier was in your save file referring to the mod you uninstalled earlier should now be gone, and if you now try to reload the same save you shouldn't get the "Some content may not be available" message again (until the next time you uninstall a mod).

Thanks for that, but I want a mod. If a mod needs a "clean save" do I do what you did, but install the mod afterwards?
Amycus 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 9:39 
Mr.Livin'LikeLarry eredeti hozzászólása:
Amycus eredeti hozzászólása:
Um... that's not what people usually refer to making a "clear save".

Making a clean save is actually really easy. You just uninstall whatever mod you don't want anymore, start the game and load a save, and when you get the "Some content may not be available" "Load?", you press YES. Then when you are inside the game again, just save again. That's it. You now have a clean save.

Everything that earlier was in your save file referring to the mod you uninstalled earlier should now be gone, and if you now try to reload the same save you shouldn't get the "Some content may not be available" message again (until the next time you uninstall a mod).

Thanks for that, but I want a mod. If a mod needs a "clean save" do I do what you did, but install the mod afterwards?
As long as you don't get the "Some content may not be available" message when trying to load a save, it should already be clean and you have nothing to worry about. And if you do, just press ok and load it, and then save immediately afterwards, and that will fix it.

If you still have problems, link the mod you are trying to install.
Legutóbb szerkesztette: Amycus; 2013. júl. 21. @ de. 9:39
BronzeNickel 2013. júl. 22. @ de. 10:05 
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=161449793 this is the mod, however, I did not scearch to find it, but the message pops up when I downloaded it
Amycus 2013. júl. 22. @ de. 11:06 
Mr.Livin'LikeLarry eredeti hozzászólása:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=161449793 this is the mod, however, I did not scearch to find it, but the message pops up when I downloaded it
It doesn't mention anything about any special installation instructions, so just install it like usual.If any message like "Some content may not be available" pops up, then just ignore it and continue to load. It's just there to warn you that you might lose progress from some mods that are currently not present, if you later decide to reinstall it. If you are still worried, just double check your data files on the skyrim launcher to see that everything that is supposed to be activated, is checked before saving the game again.
Legutóbb szerkesztette: Amycus; 2013. júl. 22. @ de. 11:06
BronzeNickel 2013. júl. 22. @ de. 11:09 
Thanks Mate. There was another mod that DID need a clean save, but I forgot the name of it :P
Amycus 2013. júl. 22. @ de. 11:13 
Mr.Livin'LikeLarry eredeti hozzászólása:
Thanks Mate. There was another mod that DID need a clean save, but I forgot the name of it :P
Post it here if you remembe it. I have come across it often before, but in all those cases it is mentioned as only needed if you have installed a prior version of the mod.

Otherwise the general rule is to read the instructions in the readme. If there aren't any (as in the armor mod posted above), then it's just the deafult installation. Subscribing for the workshop, and clicking the "download with manager" button if you use nexus.

Have fun :)
BronzeNickel 2013. júl. 22. @ du. 12:24 
I do! I still have it unactived.
BronzeNickel 2013. júl. 22. @ du. 12:25 
Amycus eredeti hozzászólása:
Mr.Livin'LikeLarry eredeti hozzászólása:
Thanks Mate. There was another mod that DID need a clean save, but I forgot the name of it :P
Post it here if you remembe it. I have come across it often before, but in all those cases it is mentioned as only needed if you have installed a prior version of the mod.

Otherwise the general rule is to read the instructions in the readme. If there aren't any (as in the armor mod posted above), then it's just the deafult installation. Subscribing for the workshop, and clicking the "download with manager" button if you use nexus.

Have fun :)
Also it works now (armour mod) :D
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