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No Fancy Suites


I've completed my rebuild of Fear and Loathing (very awesome guide and new changes very welcome, btw. I actually had fun applying the package this time.


However...regarding the "Room with a View" mod that we install along with NVInteriors. I can't see the new suites. Like I can go to the Presidential Suite in the Tops, but the windwos aren't there and the decorations haven't been upgraded. The same is true for the Bon Vivant suite. I haven't checked on the Gommorah one yet, but either way it's just not a mod that seems to be working for me. I can deal without it (I usually base out of the Lucky 38 anyway), but I realllllly love those mods.


NVInteriors itself as far as I can tell is working fine. Went into multiple unique interiors.


Load order attached.



0 0 FalloutNV.esm

1 1 DeadMoney.esm

2 2 HonestHearts.esm

3 3 OldWorldBlues.esm

4 4 LonesomeRoad.esm

5 5 GunRunnersArsenal.esm

6 6 ClassicPack.esm

7 7 MercenaryPack.esm

8 8 TribalPack.esm

9 9 CaravanPack.esm

10 a YUP - Base Game + All DLC.esm

11 b Sortomatic.esm

12 c SomeguySeries.esm

13 d Ambient Temperature.esm

14 e JIP Selective-Fire.esm

15 f Inventory Access.esm

16 10 oHUD.esm

17 11 Detect Traps.esm

18 12 Advanced Recon Tech.esm

19 13 MoreChems.esp

20 14 NVInteriors_Core.esm

21 15 NVInteriors_ComboEdition.esm

22 16 Tales from the Burning Sands.esm

23 17 FCOMaster.esm

24 18 The New Bison Steve Hotel.esm

25 19 NVWillow.esp

26 1a More Perks.esm

27 1b Project Nevada - Core.esm

28 1c Project Nevada - Equipment.esm

29 1d Project Nevada - Rebalance.esp

30 1e Project Nevada - Cyberware.esp

31 1f Project Nevada - Extra Options.esm

32 20 Weapons.of.the.New.Millenia.esm

33 21 Caliber.esm

34 22 NevadaSkies.esm

35 23 Interior Lighting Overhaul - Core.esm

36 24 Interior Lighting Overhaul - L38PS.esm

37 25 NVInt_ARoomWithAView.esm

YUP - NPC Fixes (Base Game + All DLC).esp

38 26 Game Tweaks..esp

39 27 Cut Content Merged.esp

40 28 DarNifiedUINV.esp

41 29 FPSWeaponWheel.esp

42 2a JIP Realistic Weapon Overheating.esp

43 2b JIP Companions Command & Control.esp

44 2c JIP Improved Recipe Menu.esp

45 2d Jump Fall Fixer.esp

46 2e Project Nevada - Cyberware Additions.esp

47 2f Project Nevada - Rebalance Complete.esp

48 30 The Mod Configuration Menu.esp

49 31 The Weapon Mod Menu.esp

50 32 FlashlightNVSE.esp

51 33 CASM with MCM.esp

52 34 Sortomatic_for_House_of_the_Chef.esp

NVWillow - Project Nevada Rebalance.esp


53 35 Better Burned Man.esp

FCO - NPC Changes.esp

54 36 Yuki Merged Mods.esp

55 37 Project Nevada - All DLC.esp

FCO - Roberts Patch.esp

FCO - The New Bison Steve.esp

56 38 FCO - Willow.esp


Improved Sound FX.esp

57 39 EVE FNV - ALL DLC.esp

58 3a WeaponModsExpanded.esp

59 3b Gameplay Mods Merged.esp

60 3c vault22FloralOverhaul.esp

61 3d WMX-DLCMerged.esp

62 3e Project Nevada - WMX.esp

63 3f YUP-WMX-PN-PNEO Patch.esp

64 40 Unofficial Patch Plus.esp

65 41 TrooperOverhaul-Dragbody.esp

66 42 RaestlozFactionArmorEnhancement.esp

67 43 Book of Steel.esp

68 44 Distributed Necklaces and Chains.esp

69 45 Alternative Start.esp

70 46 Machienzo Merged Mods.esp

71 47 EMR-StealthSuitMkII.esp

72 48 NewVegasBounties.esp

73 49 NewVegasBountiesII.esp

74 4a TheInheritance.esp

75 4b 1nivVSLArmors.esp

76 4c Russell.esp

77 4d KingOfTheRing.esp

78 4e Badmotha****a.esp

FCO - Russell.esp

79 4f ADAM Complete.esp

80 50 ADAM - MERGE.esp

81 51 Powered Power Armor.esp

82 52 DragonskinTacticalOutfit.esp

83 53 Holster.esp


84 54 Ambient Temperature - PPA.esp

YUP-PPA Patch.esp

85 55 Advanced Recon Merged.esp


86 56 1nivPNSLPatch.esp

YUP-Spice of Life Patch.esp


87 57 IMPACT.esp

88 58 Improved Sound FX - WMX - Merged Major DLCs.esp



89 59 Merged Patch.esp

90 5a Weapons.of.the.New.Millenia.Store.LITE.esp

91 5b tmzLODadditions-NVInterriors.esp

92 5c christinecos.esp

93 5d WMX-ArenovalisTextures.esp

94 5e Millenia's Additional Weapons.esp

95 5f SRB's Additional Weapons.esp

96 60 dD - Enhanced Blood Main NV.esp

97 61 Ragdolls.esp

98 62 MojaveExtended100.esp

99 63 MojaveExtended20.esp

100 64 MojaveExtended40.esp

101 65 MojaveExtended60.esp

102 66 MojaveExtended80.esp

Improved Sound FX - Project Nevada.esp

103 67 ImmersivePickupSoundsFNV.esp

104 68 Weapons.of.the.New.Millenia.Leveled.Lists.esp


105 69 Weapons.of.the.New.Millenia.CaliberX4+.Patch.esp


Project Nevada - IMPACT.esp

106 6a CheckpointGary.esp

107 6b Radio Free Wasteland.esp

108 6c Conelrad 640-1240.esp

109 6d Unofficial Patch Plus - Project Nevada Patch.esp

110 6e ILO - NVInteriors Project.esp


111 6f tmzLODadditions.esp

112 70 NevadaSkies - Ultimate DLC Edition.esp

113 71 Bashed Patch, 0.esp

114 72 Vurt's WFO.esp

115 73 ILO Merged.esp

116 74 ILO - New Vegas Bounties II.esp

117 75 OWB-Path Lights.esp



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Well, judging from your load order you either:

a. Messed up your ILO Merged.esp. Both ILO - New Vegas Bounties II.esp and ILO - NVInteriors Project.esp are supposed to get into the merged patch, get tagged as "optional" and disappear from the load order thereafter. Try rebuilding the merged plugin and generate the bashed patch anew.

b. Something went wrong during the installation of ILO and it did not the ILO - NVInteriors Project patch correctly. Reinstalling might help.


You can also load xEdit and check which mods overwrite NVInt_ARoomWithAView.esm.

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The ARWAV mod isn't really all that seamlessly integrated, as far as I remember, I think it adds new rooms as opposed to changing the original ones. Try looking for some other entrances.

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