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The end user has successfully performed a complete fresh install of Skyrim Special Edition and followed the STEP guide 1.0.0 verbatim. The end user has reached the instruction, "Run DynDOLOD - 3D Tree LOD > 4. Run DynDOLOD from the MO2 executable drop-down list." When the end user starts DynDOLOD from MO2 (Mod Organizer 2), it renders this error message:

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The end user has verified the core files have been installed "completly", or indeed, completely.

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The end user has read the fuc--sorry--"FUNTASTIC" manual's requirement sections. The end user even read it a fifth time, just in case.

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The end user has successfully installed both the x86 and x64 of the linked Visual Studio Redistributables, as by your guide's own admission, TexGen would have failed to run. And yes, the machine was shut down and then booted up again.

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As you can see, proof has been supplied to verify having followed your instructions. Please be sure to provide proof in kind for any claims of mistakes made on the end user's part. Thank you very much for any cordial assistance you provide.

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31 minutes ago, GreenBanana said:

The end user has successfully performed a complete fresh install of Skyrim Special Edition and followed the STEP guide 1.0.0 verbatim. The end user has reached the instruction, "Run DynDOLOD - 3D Tree LOD > 4. Run DynDOLOD from the MO2 executable drop-down list." When the end user starts DynDOLOD from MO2 (Mod Organizer 2), it renders this error message:

image.thumb.png.b7243daf2738b6fd3be292f4ca048f15.png

The end user has verified the core files have been installed "completly", or indeed, completely.

image.thumb.png.e771b82e01b4f04ee7e221bf98ea545d.png

The end user has read the fuc--sorry--"FUNTASTIC" manual's requirement sections. The end user even read it a fifth time, just in case.

image.thumb.png.c3cfa5af6f76c28991bfe404c6e5f51b.png 

image.thumb.png.236342da6348d23ace717a6dd7b2f9b9.png

image.thumb.png.e771b82e01b4f04ee7e221bf98ea545d.png

image.thumb.png.7f0b584cd7a3c83ed81469e5ec844e1e.png

image.thumb.png.203212c289526a4c2a028e7ee0cffbec.png

The end user has successfully installed both the x86 and x64 of the linked Visual Studio Redistributables, as by your guide's own admission, TexGen would have failed to run. And yes, the machine was shut down and then booted up again.

image.thumb.png.45da5a411c772b265b637d8e78f70629.png

image.png.5fea4471d04ced962712566e06ecea3c.png

As you can see, proof has been supplied to verify having followed your instructions. Please be sure to provide proof in kind for any claims of mistakes made on the end user's part. Thank you very much for any cordial assistance you provide.

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This is a Step guide question first and only becomes a DynDOLOD question if an actual DynDOLOD issue arises. The issue you are having is most likely that either your DynDOLOD version is not correct, or your Resources are not correct. If your resources are incorrect or not enabled, you will get this error. Please verify that you did not grab the DynDOLOD 3.00 Miscellaneous files.

Also check your DynDOLOD-MO executable config by referencing the tools section of the guide

Apparently, you successfully ran xLODGen to get the terrain LOD?

Apparently, you were able to successfully run TexGen to get the required textures for DynDOLOD?

If so, then your tools are probably set up correctly (but recheck DynDOLOD MO executable setup to be sure)

This error could also happen if you only got a partial download of the Resources. Confirm it is complete or re-download/replace to be certain.

Ensure that the resources are placed in the mod list where they are expected and all plugins are activated, and LOOT has been run.

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Obviously there  are no hidden requirements or steps which are not written or explained in the DynDOLOD manual.

DynDOLOD does a simply file check if a couple key files from DynDOLOD Resources exist in the load order.
If the OS function tells DynDOLOD a file does not exist, it means the file does not exist (common cause as already mentioned is incomplete download or unpacking or not starting the tool correctly) or access is being blocked by the OS, anti vir or third party program.

 

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