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Mod-related CTDs

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Hey guys, newbie here. Is there some way that i can check which particular mod caused CTD? It happens for no reason. Sometimes, the game runs fine 1-2 hours and sometimes it repeatedly crashes. I've been getting the bulk of the CTDs in the Dawnstar/Windhelm/Winterhold region. Also is there a way that i can post my mod setup? It's quite a few of them.

This is the data gathered by the papyrus log prior to CTD:

[ (00105985)].Actor.RemoveItem() - "" Line ?

[None].xxxSpeedActuator.actuate() - "xxxSpeedActuator.psc" Line 7

[None].xxxSpeedActuator.OnEffectFinish() - "xxxSpeedActuator.psc" Line 15

[11/01/2013 - 02:07:53PM] Error: Cannot call Play() on a None object, aborting function call

stack:

[ (1E00BAEB)].FXBirdFleeSCRIPT.OnCellAttach() - "FXBirdFleeSCRIPT.psc" Line 19

[11/01/2013 - 02:07:53PM] Warning: Assigning None to a non-object variable named "::temp1"

stack:

[ (1E00BAEB)].FXBirdFleeSCRIPT.OnCellAttach() - "FXBirdFleeSCRIPT.psc" Line 19

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Use spoiler tags to post large amounts of text - {spoiler} text {/spoiler} with

these brackets [] instead of the ones shown.

 

That said this is the wrong section for this post. Needs to be in the trouble shooting section, I'm sure one of the long suffering admins will move this when they get a chance.

 

Have a look around the forum, at how it is structured and where different types of post are and general tips for posting which can often be found at the top of each section.

 

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That said this is the wrong section for this post. Needs to be in the trouble shooting section, I'm sure one of the long suffering admins will move this when they get a chance.

 

Or moderators :P

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Yes we need all the info about your setup that you can provide. Look at the helpful sticky post on the top of the support forum for what we need.

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