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  1. @ EssArrBee: So where can I find out exactly what changes I need to make in enblocal.ini?
  2. Okay, I'll give it a try. Don't I also need to make changes to enblocal.ini? I remember that the Wrapper version seemed to require changing certain values in that file.
  3. @ MadWizard25: I do intend to stick with relatively low res versions of graphical and texture mods permitted by STEP. I also intend to install STEP Packs once I'm done with STEP Core. I don't know how to install the injector version of ENBoost. Do you think the injector will solve the Optimus issue I'm facing?
  4. I have 2GB RAM on my dedicated NVIDIA (GT-740M) card and 4 GB of overall system memory. I am currently attempting to install STEP Core (since that seems to be a prerequisite for STEP Extended) but I do intend to install STEP Extended in the future by applying one or more STEP Pack(s).I hope someone can suggest a viable solution soon, this issue is quite annoying......
  5. So what's the consensus? I have a dedicated NVIDIA GPU in addition to a generic onboard Intel graphics card. Ever since I installed ENBoost, I can't seem to get Skyrim to detect my dedicated NVidia card! Needless to say, I'm experiencing significant performance issues while running Skyrim on my onboard Intel card instead of my dedicated card. I'd like to know whether ENBoost is strictly necessary for STEP and whether I'll be better off without it (ENBoost I mean).
  6. @ Phazer11: Fair enough. I'll keep your words in mind, and thanks. @ Darqnite: Thanks for offering to help, but I'm way past installing SKSE now. Here's where I'm stuck though: I'm at the part where I have to install Bethesda's Hi-res DLC optimised and my problem is with my graphics adaptor. You see, I have a dedicated NVIDIA GPU in addition to a generic onboard Intel graphics card. Ever since I installed ENBoost, I can't seem to get Skyrim to detect my dedicated NVidia card! Needless to say, I'm experiencing significant performance issues while running Skyrim on my onboard Intel card instead of my dedicated card. I'd like to know whether ENBoost is strictly necessary for STEP and whether I'll be better off without it (ENBoost I mean).
  7. STEP is pretty intimidating for most newbies. I went back to Vanilla Skyrim and realized how awesome it still is. Still haven't given up on STEP yet though.
  8. @ Darqnite: Thanks for that post. As a newbie, I can't quite explain how intimidating STEP is starting to look right now. I tried doing what you suggested but I'm still getting the "no game data on top level (in red letters)" error! This is seriously frustrating (compounded by the knowledge that I haven't even properly begun STEP yet). Can anybody help me? I'm a gamer, not a modder and I really want to get back to playing this uber awesome game! But wait, I tried using the "content tree" option in the install mods dialogue box and voila, it seems to have accepted the "Data" folder in the SKSE .7zip archive file as a valid folder! Now my question is this: do I still need to do steps 2 & 3 (the whole repackage business) before I proceed? Obviously the guy that wrote those steps must've had something in mind?
  9. Hi Guys, I'm having trouble installing SKSE. This is where I'm suck: https://wiki.step-project.com/Skyrim_Script_Extender#Recommendations "This 'mod' requires a special install: Place *.exe and *.dll into <skyrim>/ (not the data directory!) Repackage skse*.zip: Extract Data/ Repackage into a new zip file (name it accordingly) Place into MO downloads directoryInstall repacked archive via MO Add the following to <skyrim>DataSKSEskse.ini (create INI if necessary):[General]ClearInvalidRegistrations=1"Now, I can't seem to find an SKSE folder within my data folder. Is there something wrong with the given installation guide? I've come up against a brick wall here. Please help.
  10. Thanks for that Citizen. I followed the instructions to a T (well mostly, one of the folders that was supposed to be retained as mentioned in the guide is simply not present in my Skyrim folder. The folder in question is called "Reslists") and am even able to launch the game. There's one hitch though: when I try the "Verify Integrity of Game Cache" step by right clicking on Skyrim in Steam and clicking on properties followed by the local files tab, I get a message that says: "1 file not located. Skyrim will load this file the next time you launch the game (not the exact same words but something to that effect)".Will this make any difference?
  11. Thanks Kelmych. Now do you suppose any of the previous mods I installed (like Skyrim HD and SMIM for instance) could've messed up the existing .bsa/ .esp/ .esm files in my Skyrim/ Data folder?Would it make sense for me to delete everything and download a completely fresh installation of Skyrim? I don't really want to but I'm willing to consider it if that's what it'll take to get S.T.E.P. running perfectly. I hope you can enlighten me because I don't really know too much about Skyrim modding.
  12. Okay, first of all: I'm a newbie and I'm sorry if I've posted this in the wrong place. I have a fair amount of experience installing mods on Skyrim (I've used Nexus Mod Manager in the past, but this is not a utility recommended by S.T.E.P.). I'm trying to install S.T.E.P. 2.2.8 and I'm wondering whether I should do a fresh (clean) install by first uninstalling the whole game and starting from scratch. I'd hate to have to do this since downloading Skyrim + Dawnguard + Dragonborn + HearthFires + Hi-res DLC will take forever on my relatively slower internet connection.So to begin with, my question is: can I simply keep the Dawnguard.esm, Dawnguard.bsa, Dragonborn.bsa, Dragonborn.esm, HighResTexturePack01.bsa/.esp, HearthFires.bsa/.esm etc. (see attached screenshot image) that are found in the Skyrim/ Data folder? Meaning: can't I just copy and paste these files into a safe folder, then uninstall and delete the rest of Skyrim, then reinstall Skyrim and just copy back the previously removed files into the Skyrim/ Data folder? Will that work or must I once again download all these updates and expansion packs from STEAM?I assume I'll have further queries once I start trying to get the S.T.E.P. installation done on my computer so I'd like to continue posting further queries under this topic if that's fine.
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