I did a complete fresh install of FNV in which I have my steam folder/s on my E drive and I cant even start up the game normally through the default .exe; I don't want to proceed with the
Fear & Loathing in New Vegas (Fallout NV) guide until I am able to fix this as I don't want to screw anything up, I tried doing an initial start-up right after installing Mod Organizer as the linked video in the guide said it was required to start up the default NV.exe for all the features to load and work; I have also searched this problem online on multiple forums without any soulution to my personal problem. Please help.
Not sure what the problem is but upon new game with only a few extra mods (mostly follower additions, weapons, armor and a couple player homes), the game fails to load nearly all meshes, textures, or well anything really.
Menus load fine and moving the camera causes some things to load and disappear on screen. I have no idea whats causing this as in all my modding of skyrim Ive never run into this before.
Its like the game is failing to load nearly all assets. Yet my VRAM is hitting 1900mb and is definately being used. There was also some weird almost gel effect covering the body of my character in the race menu.
System Spec is
4GB of ram (I know, I know, ording more next week)
game is on an older 250gb drive
Followed the guide as perfectly as possible although I had to use LOOT over BOSS because BOSS was failing to save my User List and several plugins would not sort correctly despite setting rules. In fact a couple of plugins failed to even work with the rule set in the guide with BOSS giving an error. Doubt this has anything to do with it though.
So I have Skyrim Installed, and it works with a regular launch, but If I run it through MO it CTD on starting a new game, even when I have unchecked ALL the plugins and switched off MO managing the archives. Is there anything else to try? I think I've finally gotten all the mods to work, but this one issue is stopping me.
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