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Wyre Bash not running via Mod Organizer

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G'day STEP Forum

I am currently having a problem where Wyre Bash doesn't start whilst opening it via Mod Organizer.My Wyre Bash is currently installed as the 'Standalone' edition and when i run it through my Skyrim directory it works fine, but whilst trying to run it through Mod Organizer an error message appears:

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Does anyone know how to solve this issue?

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This problem normally occurs when the Skyrim INI files contain some unrecognized characters. Try removing all comments from your INIs, especially quotation marks.

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Also you must have 32-bit versions of required apps like python, java etc.

Mod Organizer is currently only 32-bit.

Tannin's looking at changing to 64-bit but some current issues are unsolved.

It's not been a priority before but ENBHost Sheson memory patch and now Mator's TES5Edit Merge Script improvement, allowing many once unmergable mods to be merged.

All these indicate an increasing need for memory sizes beyond 32-bit limits.

 

Once Skyrim being 32-bit appeared to mean 64-bit support was not needed.

Now Modding is going far beyond these old restrictions.

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SOLVED!

This problem normally occurs when the Skyrim INI files contain some unrecognized characters. Try removing all comments from your INIs, especially quotation marks.

It worked! I removed the comments from my 'skyrim.ini' and 'skyrimprefs.ini' and it will now load. Thank you very much.

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