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Hello everyone.

I've got a very frustrating issue. When entering any new area after the initial Helgen outside area (entering the keep) the game instantly crashes. Same happened after I got an skip intro mod and wanted to leave the cave finishing the tutorial. I also tried loading a saved game but that also didn't launch. In this case I got past the bethesda logo to the selection screen but upon clicking on continue game it crashes. The situation is that the game worked fine until I upgraded my GPU today and did a clean instal of the game. I got an ENB and followed step by step the instructions to get Patricia enb mod. Downloaded and installed the required mods, followed the changes to skyrimprefs.ini skyrim.ini and enblocal.ini. I got USLEEP to work and it should all work on paper but it doesn't. Someone please help me this is very frustrating and i have no clue what more I can do...


here's my load order:


  0  0     Skyrim.esm
  1  1     Update.esm
           Unofficial Skyrim Patch.esp
  2  2     Dawnguard.esm
           Unofficial Dawnguard Patch.esp
  3  3     HearthFires.esm
           Unofficial Hearthfire Patch.esp
  4  4     Dragonborn.esm
           Unofficial Dragonborn Patch.esp
  5  5     Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch.esp
  6  6     Lanterns Of Skyrim - All In One - Main.esm
  7  7     Skyrim Supplemental Patch.esp
  8  8     Skyrim Exterior Fixes.esp
  9  9     HighResTexturePack01.esp
 10  a     HighResTexturePack02.esp
 11  b     HighResTexturePack03.esp
 12  c     Unofficial High Resolution Patch.esp
 13  d     SkyUI.esp
 14  e     Vivid Weathers - Lanterns of Skyrim Preset.esp
 15  f     Skyrim Particle Patch for ENB - Flame Atronach Fix.esp
 16 10     QuickLight.esp
 17 11     ImmersiveSpells.esp
 18 12     EnhancedLightsandFX.esp
 19 13     RelightingSkyrim_Legendary.esp
 20 14     Skyrim Exterior Fixes - Patch - ELFX.esp
 21 15     Skyrim Exterior Fixes - Patch - Relighting Skyrim.esp
 22 16     ELFX - Exteriors.esp
 23 17     RealisticWaterTwo.esp
 24 18     Skyrim Immersive Creatures.esp
 25 19     Obsidian Mountain Fogs For LE.esp
 26 1a     dD - Enhanced Blood Main.esp
 27 1b     dD-Larger Splatter Size.esp
 28 1c     Brevi_MoonlightTalesEssentials.esp
 29 1d     Convenient Horses.esp
 30 1e     DeadlyDragons.esp
 31 1f     GQJ_DG_vampireamuletfix.esp
 32 20     Armored Circlets.esp
 33 21     ogSplendorDragons.esp
 34 22     FabLookEyes.esp
 35 23     Raptor Talon Argonians.esp
 36 24     RaceMenu.esp
 37 25     RaceMenuPlugin.esp
 38 26     THMeeko.esp
 39 27     Unique BOOZE Bottles.esp
 40 28     WetandCold.esp
 41 29     dD - Realistic Ragdoll Force - Realistic.esp
 42 2a     Disenchanting.esp
 43 2b     Real Feeding V3.esp
 44 2c     Nightingale Maskless.esp
 45 2d     Hott Argonians - Standalone.esp
 46 2e     Ears Through Helmets.esp
 47 2f     Birdsofskyrim.esp
 48 30     Skyrim Immersive Creatures - DLC2.esp
 49 31     ELFX - Weathers.esp
 50 32     Vivid Weathers.esp
 51 33     Natural Lighting Vivid Atmospherics.esp
 52 34     Vivid Weathers - Extended Snow.esp
 53 35     Vivid Weathers - Extended Rain.esp
 54 36     IcePenguinWorldMap.esp
 55 37     KhajiitWillFollow.esp
 56 38     SMIM-Merged-All.esp
 57 39     RealisticWaterTwo - Legendary.esp
 58 3a     LPBards.esp
 59 3b     Inigo.esp
 60 3c     LightBeamFix.esp
 61 3d     RealisticWaterTwo - Waves.esp
 62 3e     RealisticWaterTwo - Dragonborn.esp
 63 3f     FishingInSkyrim.esp
 64 40     RealisticWaterTwo - Waves - Dawnguard.esp
 65 41     RealisticWaterTwo - Dawnguard.esp
 66 42     WetandCold - Ashes.esp
 67 43     DragonboneBarbarianMale.esp
 68 44     BlackUnicorn.esp
 69 45     TheEyesOfBeauty.esp
 70 46     Warlock axe Nexus.esp
 71 47     Savage Wolves and Feral Foxes.esp
 72 48     dD-DG-DB-Immersive Creatures EBT Patch.esp
 73 49     DiverseDragonsCollection3.esp
 74 4a     ELE_Legendary_Lite.esp
 75 4b     RealisticNeedsandDiseases.esp
 76 4c     RND_UniqueBoozeBottles-Patch.esp
 77 4d     RND_Dawnguard-Patch.esp
 78 4e     RND_HearthFires-Patch.esp
 79 4f     RND_Dragonborn-Patch.esp
 80 50     RND_AnimalLoot.esp

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