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dont know why skyproc gives such trouble with MO


exploiteddna

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neo i decided to install dsr finally and so of course installed everything (java, dsr, all the packs), add the jar to MO executables, run jar, build patch, and while its building I get something like "missing skyrim.esm and update.esm" but of course im not. tried tweaking a few things in the executable arguments (even though shouldnt have to) but no luck. decided to install SUM just as alternate interface and maybe just use it as proxy since i dont have more than one skyproc patcher.. so i install SUM and all that, run it, but it just doesnt seem to recognize the dsr patcher, so does not list any patchers when i open SUM. thus i still cant get a functioning dsr patch (or SUM patch with dsr data). any thoughts?

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what do you mean default MO folders? you mean the installation folder? ive always been under the impression that you can "install" MO anywhere you want. Mine is in a directory on the same level as the root steam folder.. so its not actually in the steam or skyrim directory at all.. but on the same directory level and the drive is basically dedicated to skyrim (and creation kit).

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I mean in MO -> settings -> general. Do your folders point to the default MO folders? I.e. / downloads and /mods.

oh the downloads folder and mods folder and cache folder. yeah i switched my downloads folder to a location on my storage drive so i can keep backups of every mod without having to manually move them to storage drive.. i know the cache folder is set to default, and my installed mods directory is at [path]\modorganizer\installed mods\  which im pretty sure is the default. (i think default used to be [path]\modorganizer\mods\ ... i think).

So, which one of the three was the culprit for you?

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I also use customized folder paths for mods and downloads (outside of the MO folder) with MO.  With this setup, MO is installed at D:\Skyrim Mods\ModOrganizer, and DSR is installed at D:\Skyrim Mods\Mods\Dual Sheath Redux.

 

I was able to solve the DSR patch problem (unable to find skyrim.esm and update.esm) by copying the entire SkyProc Patcher folder from DSR into MO's overwrite folder, then adding it in MO as an executable.

 

MO executable entry --

Title: DSR Patcher

Binary: C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre7\bin\javaw.exe

Start in: D:\Skyrim Mods\ModOrganizer\overwrite\SkyProc Patchers\Dual Sheath Redux Patch

Arguments: -jar "D:\Skyrim Mods\ModOrganizer\overwrite\SkyProc Patchers\Dual Sheath Redux Patch\Dual Sheath Redux Patch.jar"

 

When run from within MO, the patcher places the "Dual Sheath Redux Patch.esp" file into the \overwrite folder, which seems to work fine.

 

Yes, I joined just to post this. :o_O:

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I did not install MO in the "default" directory, never thought about it really.

 

I solve my problems by installing the Skyproccer directory of the mod (Reproccer, SUM, automatic variants, ASIS whatever) manually in the data directory of your skyrim installation directory and direct Mod Organizer to run the jar files there. Works like a charm.

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