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If you want to use Cursed armor, download the cursed armor 7z file and unpack it. Copy everything from the Cursed Armor Quest folder into your oblivion data folder, merging and overwriting where necessary. You also have to rename \"OBSE_Elys_Pluggy.dll\" to \"OBSE_Elys_Pluggy_Hud.dll\" in the OBSE folder.
This tutorial will teach you how to make Oblivion women beautiful from a fresh install. Please do follow the instructions carefully and DO NOT skip any one of them unless I said so. Failure to comply will result in wrath of Sithis! I know it's a bunch load of texts but reading them will benefit you in the long run when you have problems.
Also this tutorial will work under the assumption that you are mainly using FEMALE character and don't really care much about male. I.E. You're gazing at female more than male. This is because there will be drawback when you successfully installed the mods where male's head color can be a little bit off from the body.
After you finished installing Oblivion and all of its additional contents. (Shivering Isles, Knights of the Nine and all DLC plugin) You must download and install the following patches first. Most of the Edition available today are patched to the official latest version so you don't have to worry unless you have the first release edition.
OMOD is an archive file that works with OBMM only and should always be in \"Oblivion\\obmm\\mods\". They came in two form based on my experiences.- An OMOD file. Just download it and put in that directory no problem.- A 7zip file. This is a tricky one. Many mods offer an OMOD-ready version. That doesn't mean it comes in .OMOD but rather .7z file with OMOD conversion data folder inside. This is important because it might contain some important installation script for the OMOD. Follow these steps to convert them to OMOD.
Note: DON'T convert an archive file that has no OMOD conversion data. I suggest you do this only if you are an advanced user. It's possible to do that and install mod that way but I suggest you don't.
Note: There is an upgraded version of Oblivion mod Manger (OBMM Extended Monpetitbeurre) that reads omod structured 7z archives without the need to convert, is much faster and has a few other useful features. Make sure to read the installation requirments and instructions before upgrading.
The essential tools for your Oblivion experiences. When you installed a lot of mods together, it's likely that some may conflict one another. Remember that mods are loaded in sequence called 'Load Order'. Oblivion.esm always come first then another .ESM and then .ESP.
Khajiiti body gone haywireSupposed you followed my mod and successfully make your Khajiiti's body look beautiful and one day after you installed plenty of mods. You found out that your Khajiiti is completely messed up. The skin's just not right.
Note that male Imperial use the same head texture as female. So when you installed Face Texture for High Rez Skin Textures v1_2 in Step , male Imperial and other races that share the same textures might have a color that's doesn't with the body. Making the neck seam clearly visible. I'm sorry but get on with it.
There are several options. Pick one. I personally use Wrye Bash, because I need it anyway for the Bashed Patch and various other features, so why should I grab another program for installing Options are:
Please note: No matter what mod manager you use, if you dig for obscure mods chances are you will always stumble upon some mod that cannot be easily installed with any of them. Some mods have just weird file structures, like \"Modname/Modname/Option A/Data/Meshes\" or hell, I've even seen a .7z inside a .rar once. You only have 2 choices for those mods: Don't use them or learn what you are doing and put the files you want into a new folder manually to install them. Every mod manager out there should be able to handle a file that has the most simple file structure of just containing an esp/esm, meshes, textures, etc.
In the long run, it might save you some headache if you make yourself familiar with what a mod IS and how a mod manager works. Take a small mod, look into the .7z, see what is in it. Then learn what happens when you install it, which files get moved to where. If a mod contains a file Mod.esp, that file will end up in Oblivion/Data/Mod.esp. If a mod contains meshes/creatures/fox.nif, that file will end up in Oblivion/Data/meshes/creatures/fox.nif.I mean, this is not strictly necessary, but it makes things so much easier if you don't see mods as this witchcraft stuff, but just as files that have to be placed at a certain location. All esp and esm files are in the data folder. Other files will be in subfolders and either replace original assets or be referenced by esp and esm files. If you have OBSE mods, they will be automatically loaded from data/obse/plugins when you launch the game with OBSE. That's how mods work. No witchcraft included.
When you are ready to start: By the nine, don't install dozens of mods at once, then start the game and then wonder why nothing works. Even if you follow a mod list. Start small. Install only a bunch of small mods at a time, or one huge one - there really is no need to check ingame for a silver platter replacer, but if you install a huge overhaul, better check it on its own. Open the game, see if it still loads, if anything looks off. You can leave the tutorial right after you selected a race by using, for example, \"cow tamriel 0 1\" in the console. This will put you into the middle of the world. You'll be damn weak, have no class, but you can check if the world still has a sky, trees, and with \"tmm 1\" you can enable all map markers to travel to any city to check stuff. \"tgm\" for god mode also helps when walking around this weak. Don't forget to run BOSS and rebuild the Bashed Patch before launching the game.
Adding or removing most mods doesn't require a new game, though some things might require some more steps to work correctly after you uninstalled them (check each mod's readme!). I would, however, recommend to start a new game if you install or change huge mods like full overhauls.
Usually, when installing or updating a popular Steam game, such as Dota Underlords, Football Manager, Kenshi, Tree of Savior, and Team Fortress, you may encounter an error that suggests a Steam disk write error or perhaps disk read error. You can refer to the error details and related screenshots.
As you can tell, the extra information in the parenthesis behind the detailed error message is disk related. This issue can occur anytime when a game is updated or installed on Steam. Then, Steam becomes unable to complete the installation. Thus, to have Steam disk problems solved, you need to take prompt actions to repair the hard drive in question.
When a disk is written-protected, you're prevented from modifying it, such as formatting, writing data, or installing programs. That's the other possible reason why you receive disk errors on Steam. Simply use the diskpart command to clear write protection and remove the error.
If you still cannot fix Steam disk write error in windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, you should reinstall Steam. Reinstalling Steam can resolve potential issues with Steam client and service files. However, this process will remove Steam and any installed game content from your machine.
Hi, I've run into an issue recently with Wrye Bash when running through MO. I apologize if this isn't the right place to put it, but unfortunately the content seemingly involved wouldn't be approved on the Nexus. I only use the two files within the Bash installers folder in order to generate files to use as replacers within Oblivion.
Next whenever WB's 'Installer' tab is accessed for the first time a dialogue will show asking if you want to enable installers, if you have already said yes you will need to use the context menu on that tab by 'right-click' -- \"Enabled\" and then wait for WB to run through all the locations it expects mods to be found. Those mods should now be displayed in the tab.
When I first added the packages to the Bash Installers folder, they displayed and I was able to install them through with a wizard with no problems at all. And the only two mods I've installed through WB are here and here.
I downloaded and put a new mod into Bash Installers folder to see if I would yield any results similar to how I was able to see the first two mods when I first added. It is a .7z archive like the rest of them, all three installers are.
One thing I've had to resort to since having issues with the installers not displaying is enabling and disabling options in the context menu, specifically these ones, in order to get the packages to display in the list of installers:
I know I've enabled/disabled 'Show BSA Conflicts' multiple times when running WB through MO, 'Anneal All' works too. For now, the third package has not displayed at all with all the fiddling I've done within the installers tab so far.
Oblivion is a crazy place and a crazy game. I am not an expert on all things but I know enough. More important I know where to get the information and who can help. Over the years I have met lots people who have taught me much and saved my butt many times. I have gone through three re-installs that took 20 hours of work each time.
Once this is done the next step is to install the game. I would wait a day to see if everything is working properly. Oblivion is a big game a touches many parts of your computer. This is a weekend project. One step at a time. No rush 153554b96e