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  1. Everything I've read has always said mixing Steam and nexus mods was a bad idea. I guess I just never looked into it to see if it was ok. Thanks Grant I'll check that out.
  2. I don't use steam mods but thank you for the suggestion.
  3. First time using DynDOLOD and I get an error about HF Birds Clean. Says not to load. Searched the forums and couldn't find anything. I disabled it in my load order and DYNDOLOD is doing it's thing.
  4. Hey TechAngle, I've poked around in the CK and found the FollowerCount in Global tab but I have no idea what to do with it to make it work. I wish that tweak in Wrye Bash worked for the bash patch. That would be so easy.
  5. Hey Greg, thanks for your reply. I had actually run across that mod a couple weeks ago but I have not tried it out. I just downloaded it so I'll give it a try. To be honest I don't care about any of the features it has. I really just want a simple mod that only increases the number of followers I can have at one time. As few as just two would be great but four would be ideal. I use, for the most part, custom followers that have their own framework and leveling system so all that other stuff is just bloat that I don't need and only leads to potential problems and conflicts. If you know someone or somewhere I could find help making what I want for myself please pass that along. Again thank you for your help.
  6. I would like to find a mod that simply changes the follower count in Skyrim. I have used AFT for a couple years but find that I never utilize any of it's other features anymore. With most of the popular follower mods using their own framework now it seems pointless to have all that other stuff weighing down my game. If someone knows of such a mod or can point me to the information to create one myself I would be greatly appreciative. Thanks
  7. Thank you. I think I'm getting it now. As long as there is no conflict or you want something to overwrite something else it doesn't matter. The nice green and red colors are helpful as well. Now when I click on a mod it shows what it overwrites or is being overwritten by. Man, wouldn't it be nice if someone made a program so you could plug in all your mods and it would magically make them all get along. Someday maybe.
  8. I understand that. I have already disabled that warning function in MO, but I am unable to use the guide in full. So does it truly not matter what order the left pane is organized except as it relates to one mod overwriting another? So say Falskarr, AFT, 3DNPC, any weapons and the like and my custom race can go anywhere?? Sorry if I'm just not getting it.
  9. I have searched everything I can find and gotten answers ranging from it doesn't matter to extremely important depending on who you ask. I had to face facts that my puny laptop cannot handle even the core build of STEP so I have to go back to a crappy looking skyrim. While I have learned a great deal from following the guide one thing still alludes me. Where should I be placing my mods in the left pane? Tons of info on right pane load order, but not so much on this. I understand how one mod may overwrite another and how important it is especially with meshes and textures. What no one seems to address is mods that add quests, new land spaces, followers, races, weapons, player homes etc. In the never ending quest to find the most stable playable build I can I have used the guide to try and figure this out but since all the mod types I just listed are not part of STEP I'm lost. Essentially I have installed sections 2 c,d,e as they are pretty much required for any setup. I have a few animations, sound, and clutter and several of the game play section. Now where should I be adding these other mods in. One thread I found said that if following the step build any mod could be added at the bottom of the left pane as long as it was placed above all patches. This seems to be not very good advice to me. If you could point me to a resource that could help clear this up I would be ever so grateful. Thanks
  10. Ok thank you. I have an HP notebook so I'll use the M series? Why would I have both? Sorry I know nothing about the technical side of these things. Why does it say 0mb? From everything I've looked up I was under the impression I have (1536mb) 1.5g vram and I have used this as a guide to installing step core. I would like to set up so I can benchmark but I have no idea what I'm doing.
  11. I'm setting this up and I get two options and I don't know which to use. AMD Radeon 6600M and 6700M Series (0mb) AMD Radeon HD 6620G Series (0mb)
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