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Lucas2703

Error creating textures for atlas: Access violation at address x

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hi guys,
 
created a account because I couldn't find a working solution for my problem. I have the in title mentioned error appearing at several adresses when using DynDOLODx64 (so it shouldn't be running out of memory which was pointed out in a very similar topic). Also I re-installed the current version of "Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015, 2017 and 2019" which was pointed out in another similar topic which fixed an additional error concerning TexConv that I also had with my current error. At least that's fixed now.
 
I really hope somebody can help me because DynDOLOD is the last thing I need to do before I can finally start my new skyrim se which I modded from scratch following TPF guide....

 

 

ps: I have no idea how to attach a file, so if somebody could tell me how that would be much appreciated. I'm probably overlooking something but idk. I just can't find a way to attach my logfiles

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That is interesting, considering that there are of "out of memory" error messages in the log. 

FAILED [decompress] (8007000e) returned from TexConv also means "Ran out of memory"

 

Only the last few lines of the DynDOLOD log were uploaded instead of entire contents (not just the last couple lines) of ..\DynDOLOD\bugreport.txt and ..\DynDOLOD\logs\DynDOLOD_SSE_log.txt.

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