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Installing DynDOLOD on Skyrim SE, using NMM

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Hello!


 


As the title suggests, I'm in the process of installing DynDOLOD on my SE game, but I'm running into problems.


I've installed all the requirements (ressources, billboard etc.) but whenever I try to launch either TexGenx64 or DynDOLODx64, I'm getting the same error:


 


Fatal: Could not open registry key: \Software\BethesdaSoftworks\Skyrim\


 


I'm pretty sure I would have to add -sse in some parameters, as that is what most tutorials show, HOWEVER I have not found a way to do this using the NMM (or add the DynDOLOD shortcut to the manager either, for that matter).


None of the tutorials for the SE use Nexus as their manager of choice, so I couldn't find any clues online.


 


Could anyone possibly tell me what I would have to do?


 


(I have a picture of the error message, but honestly no clue how to manage attachments on this site)


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It seems you have a problem with using a third party mod manager. Check its documentation to learn how to use it or ask for help on its support forum/discord etc.

 

Read the included documentation. Start with DynDOLOD_QuickStart.html.

 

By default the tools start in Skyrim mode, which is the same as adding the -tes5 command line parameter. Add -sse as a command line parameter to DynDOLOD.exe/DynDOLODx64.exe or TexGen.exe/TexGenx64.exe to start the tools in Skyrim Special Edition mode. Add -tes5vr as a command line parameter to DynDOLOD.exe/DynDOLODx64.exe or TexGen.exe/TexGenx64.exe to start the tools in Skyrim VR mode. Add -enderal as a command line parameter to DynDOLOD.exe/DynDOLODx64.exe or TexGen.exe/TexGenx64.exe to start the tools in Enderal mode in case the Steam version is used. See DynDOLOD-Shortcut.txt for help.

 

DynDOLOD-Shortcut.txt explains how to create a Windows shortcut. Windows shortcuts are a basic OS function.

 

Use easier and more user friendly MO2 instead.

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It seems you have a problem with using a third party mod manager. Check its documentation to learn how to use it or ask for help on its support forum/discord etc.

 

Read the included documentation. Start with DynDOLOD_QuickStart.html.

 

By default the tools start in Skyrim mode, which is the same as adding the -tes5 command line parameter. Add -sse as a command line parameter to DynDOLOD.exe/DynDOLODx64.exe or TexGen.exe/TexGenx64.exe to start the tools in Skyrim Special Edition mode. Add -tes5vr as a command line parameter to DynDOLOD.exe/DynDOLODx64.exe or TexGen.exe/TexGenx64.exe to start the tools in Skyrim VR mode. Add -enderal as a command line parameter to DynDOLOD.exe/DynDOLODx64.exe or TexGen.exe/TexGenx64.exe to start the tools in Enderal mode in case the Steam version is used. See DynDOLOD-Shortcut.txt for help.

 

DynDOLOD-Shortcut.txt explains how to create a Windows shortcut. Windows shortcuts are a basic OS function.

 

Use easier and more user friendly MO2 instead.

 

Thank you for the fast reply! I knew I'd need to add these commands, but the problem is I don't know where exactly. All tutorial videos show it being added via their respective mod manager, but it doesn't get explained for NMM.

I read the included PDFs from the mod, this exact process (for NMM) didn't get explained there.

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Quickstart.html contains a video for NMM video from before SKyrim Special Edition came out. It shows how to add Windows shortcut for the tools and how to run the tool - minus editing the shortcut properties. That is explained in the mentioned shortcut.txt.

 

Refer to the documentation of the third party tool to learn how it works.

 

Use the easier MO2. This is the time to learn how to mod properly with modern tools before more easily avoidable issues happen.

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