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  1. Still doesnt work, I tried doing some research on google as well and finding anything on this seems to be impossible =/ It's ok though because as long as I dont have any spaces in the non-quoted part of the target field it works fine so I just made a temporary folder for this then I can easily just copy it to bash installers.
  2. Unfortunatly it gives me that error but thanks to this I realized that it is because of a space. that is why it has been going to -o:C:\Users\dbs\Desktop\Oblivion\Oblivion\, because of the space here -o:C:\Users\dbs\Desktop\Oblivion\Oblivion( )Main Files\ The error tells me -o:C:\Users\dbs\Desktop\Oblivion\Oblivion is not valid. If I remove the spaces then I will have to redefine the games location in every shortcut and in the registry. That will be an immense amount of work. I think im just going to let it go to a specified folder for this on my desktop and call it good. Unless ofcourse you know a workaround for this space problem! Thank you for the help in figuring this out =)
  3. I searched my computer for backups and sure enough Tes4edit did create a backup folder in: C:\Users\dbs\Desktop\Oblivion\Oblivion Main Files\Oblivion\Data\TES4Edit Backups although it was empty.
  4. I disabled backups for tes4edit, so its not trying to back anything up or requiring a backup folder, at least thats what I assume. Here is exactly what the target line says and what my bash installers folder location is. TES4Lodgen target field from a shortcut in mopy\apps: "C:\Users\dbs\Desktop\Oblivion\Oblivion Main Files\Oblivion\TES4Edit\TES4LODGen.exe" -o:C:\Users\dbs\Desktop\Oblivion\Oblivion Main Files\Oblivion Mods\Bash Installers\TES4LODGen\ Bash Installers\TES4lodgen folder location: C:\Users\dbs\Desktop\Oblivion\Oblivion Main Files\Oblivion Mods\Bash Installers\TES4LODGen The new Oblivion folder is being created by TES4lodgen in this location: C:\Users\dbs\Desktop\Oblivion\Oblivion\DistantLOD ??????.. lol The fix that seems to work is just pasting the folder into the place its supposed to go and then installing it through wrye bash. I havent tested it yet but wrye bash is showing the necessary files under "configured files"
  5. Thanks for the information. Does that mean that the dlc files I cleaned werent saved? because a few of them ended up with a slightly smaller filesize after cleaning. The DistantLOD actually ended up being installed to a brand new Oblivion folder. The only file in the folder was a distantLOD folder. After pasting this new folder into Bash installers it seems to have worked fine. Edit: I tried recleaning one of the already cleaned DLC files and sure enough they were saved. No changes were made after applying the filter for cleaning and undeleting/disabling references and cleaning itm records. I also unchecked the backup box as I already had backups and didnt need extras of the same file, if that makes a difference.
  6. Nevermind, it seems I can just cut the DistantLOD folder from data and paste it into \Bash Installers\TES4LODGen. I would like to know how to correctly change the output in the target section for future reference though.
  7. D:\Steam\steamapps\Common\Oblivion\TES4Edit\TES4LODGen.exe "-O:D:\Steam\steamapps\Common\Oblivion Mods\Bash Installers\TES4LODGen\" D:\Steam\steamapps\Common\Oblivion\TES4Edit\TES4Edit.exe "-B:D:\Steam\steamapps\Common\Oblivion\TES4Edit\TES4Edit Backups\" What is the correct way these are supposed to be written in the target field? If i put the quotes how you have them it just gives me an error. This is the only way I was able to get it to work: "C:\Users\--\Desktop\Oblivion Main Files\Oblivion\TES4Edit\TES4Edit.exe" -B:C:\Users\--\Desktop\Oblivion Main Files\Oblivion\TES4Edit\TES4Edit Backups\ Also because of this the DistantLOD ended up going into my data folder and overwriting files instead of into the BASH installer folder. Do I need to put the original DistantLOD back into the data folder or will this work?
  8. Ok. It was down for me all day yesterday, It wasnt for you guys?
  9. I dont think the website is coming back any time soon... Kinda regret spending so much time on this guide for it to just poof on me 1/2 the way through. Gonna just mod normal Morrowind so I can play Tamriel Rebuilt. Thanks anyways.
  10. do u have a copy of the guide? I was working on it for the past week or so in my free time but the sites been down for a couple days and I would really like to finish it.
  11. Link to the guide is dead.
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