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Can not copy [REFR:0005FC21] (places RTBlackBriarManor01 [STAT:00069CE9]

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Hello! I updated to the latest version of DynDOLOD and an encountering the following error (bugreport.txt file attached).  In the DynDOLOD window, the error says the following:

 

I was wondering how I might resolve this issue?  Thanks!

 

[00:00:59.301] Exception in unit process line 87: Can not copy [REFR:0005FC21] (places RTBlackBriarManor01 [sTAT:00069CE9] in GRUP Cell Temporary Children of RiftenCitySouthGateExterior [CELL:0000BCF1] (in Tamriel "Skyrim" [WRLD:0000003C] at 42,-25)) from Skyrim.esm into DynDOLOD.esp Assertion failure (C:\Delphi\projects\DynDOLOD\wbImplementation.pas, line 14062)

[00:00:59.301]
[00:00:59.301] Check log lines above the exception for additional hints. Check the FAQ and search official forum http://forum.step-project.com/forum/101-shesons-dyndolod-support/ for those errors.
[00:00:59.301]
[00:00:59.301] If problem persists, post error report with entire contents (not just the last couple lines) of ..\DynDOLOD\bugreport.txt and ..\DynDOLOD\logs\DynDOLOD_TES5_log.txt to official forum http://forum.step-project.com/forum/101-shesons-dyndolod-support/
[00:00:59.302] Error: Can not copy [REFR:0005FC21] (places RTBlackBriarManor01 [sTAT:00069CE9] in GRUP Cell Temporary Children of RiftenCitySouthGateExterior [CELL:0000BCF1] (in Tamriel "Skyrim" [WRLD:0000003C] at 42,-25)) from Skyrim.esm into DynDOLOD.esp Assertion failure (C:\Delphi\projects\DynDOLOD\wbImplementation.pas, line 14062)

 

 

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Exception in unit process line 87: Can not copy [REFR:0005FC21] (places RTBlackBriarManor01 [sTAT:00069CE9] in GRUP Cell Temporary Children of RiftenCitySouthGateExterior [CELL:0000BCF1] (in Tamriel "Skyrim" [WRLD:0000003C] at 42,-25)) from Skyrim.esm into DynDOLOD.esp Assertion failure (C:\Delphi\projects\DynDOLOD\wbImplementation.pas, line 14062)
 
Check log lines above the exception for additional hints. Check the FAQ and search official forum  errors.


If problem persists, post error report with entire contents (not just the last couple lines) of ..\DynDOLOD\bugreport.txt and ..\DynDOLOD\logs\DynDOLOD_TES5_log.txt to official forum http://forum.step-project.com/forum/101-shesons-dyndolod-support/

 

 

Checking the FAQ finds:

 

Q: DynDOLOD.exe: Can not copy xxxx from xxxx.esp into xxx.esp
A: Often caused by a broken bashed patch. Use a newer Wrye Bash version to create the patch or do not use the merge patches option. 
A: There is a plugin in the load order with errors. Check the load order for errors with xEdit.exe before generating LOD. Fix all errors. See this video for help. 
 
Searching the forum finds these threads
 
 

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Thanks so much Sheson!! I do in fact use a Bashed Patch and TES5EDIT Merged patch so I will uncheck those before running DynDOLOD!

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Remember, if unchecking plugins let it run through without errors it means those patches are broken/have errors and should be created again - use newer version of Wrye Bash. 

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Thank you so much Sheson! I updated to the most recent version of Wrye Bash, created a bashed patch and kept everything checked (bashed patch, sky proc patchers, fnis, tes5edit merged patch, etc.) and DynDOLOD ran successfully!

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