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I keep getting this MO Error message...

 

Failed to inject dll into "skse_loader.exe": failed to allocate memory for stub

(Access is denied [5])

 

Can anyone help? Thanks

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Disable your antivirus software and ensure Mod Organizer, SKSE, and Skyrim are not in a protected folder (like C:\Program Files).

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Disable your antivirus software and ensure Mod Organizer, SKSE, and Skyrim are not in a protected folder (like C:\Program Files).

I've made sure that my antivirus isn't blocking anything and those programs are in my games folder. It still doesn't work

 

I use Windows 10, if that's any help.

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Is your copy of Windows 10 the so-called "Creator" update? Reports are starting to come in that it is breaking the functionality of MO/MO2.

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Is your copy of Windows 10 the so-called "Creator" update? Reports are starting to come in that it is breaking the functionality of MO/MO2.

I don't even know how to tell if it's the creator update. How do I know if I have it?

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Then I'm assuming that it isn't, only users with a modicum of system knowledge will get the update before the rest of us.

 

Clear out ALL the current logs in the 'logs' folder and try again and paste the logs here, preferably using PasteBin or something similar.

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Then I'm assuming that it isn't, only users with a modicum of system knowledge will get the update before the rest of us.

 

Clear out ALL the current logs in the 'logs' folder and try again and paste the logs here, preferably using PasteBin or something similar.

mo_interface.log

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Also there should be at least 2 logs, the one named above and another named: ModOrganizer_<year>_<month>_<day>_<hour>_<min>.log, such as this example: ModOrganizer_17_09_02_23_15.log

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Also there should be at least 2 logs, the one named above and another named: ModOrganizer_<year>_<month>_<day>_<hour>_<min>.log, such as this example: ModOrganizer_17_09_02_23_15.log

Then maybe I'm looking in the wrong place. I only found one log folder in the MO folder.

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The log Grant is asking for is in the same folder as mo_interface.log and is created when you start the game from within Mod Organizer, so you'll need to run Mod Organizer and then run skse.exe to get into the game, exit the game, and upload the log file to somewhere like pastebin.

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Yeah, the first log is just MO initialising whereas the other log shows what is happening when MO calls the executable. This is the one that may show what is wrong with your system.

You might also like to give us a look at your MO INI,  maybe there's some clue to the error in how you've got things setup. (not likely though)

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The log Grant is asking for is in the same folder as mo_interface.log and is created when you start the game from within Mod Organizer, so you'll need to run Mod Organizer and then run skse.exe to get into the game, exit the game, and upload the log file to somewhere like pastebin.

The game doesn't start at all. It just gives me that error message that I posted in the very first post.

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Okay, let's go back to basics.

Have you ensured that SKSE is installed into the Skyrim folder? This must be done outside of the MO environment.

If yes, then does the game start from the desktop?

If yes, create a new empty profile with no mods at all and try that.

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