Hello all, first I would like to give my respect to the people on this forum and the STEP guide, it truly is the best source out there for modding skyrim.
I will try to keep this post as detailed as possible, and as short as possible (I know that sounds funny with all of these spoiler tags and attachments)
so my problem:
I recently came across constant CTD's with my setup. I feel I have tried all of the tricks in the book (besides reinstalling the game, I am still not mentally prepared for that) and my constant CTD issues are not going away. I have put in already 70 hours of gameplay with little to none CTD's but as of about 3 days ago, I am constantly getting CTD's.
Things that I have done already in order to try and solve this issue:
Disabled all of my plugins and stress tested skyrim Made bash patch Read and followed guides such as Speed and Stability for ENB Edited SKSE.ini and ENBlocal settings with numerous of different values Uninstalled skyrim HD mods and other LOD mods Used tools such as LOOT and TES5 edit (Only thing I did on TES5 edit was clean up the recommended files, have not tried to merge anything) Varified game cache on steam
I have attached photos of my setup and a list of my mods can be found here:
For my skyrim.in and prefs, I am using EWI's high settings-
Below I have attached my GPU-Z Sensor logs. This was done using the player.forceav multispeed 1200, tcm, tgm mode. With my mods enabled I crashed in around 60 seconds (I also tested this with all the plugins disabled except for ENB and I failed to crash to it, could this be a mod that's causing my issue?)
Also another note about the stress test, even with all of my plugins disabled, I was still running at maximum capacity, 99% usage of my GPU and 1502 MHz at all times. (Last time I did a stress test, around a week ago, I was not running at full capacity, even with all my plugins disabled)
Short background: I started modding skyrim about a month ago, and I already had installed around 200+mods and put in over 70 hours of gameplay BEFORE finding out about the STEP guide, something which I deeply regret. But on a sidenote, can I uninstall all of my mods, reinstall Skyrim and follow the STEP guide while keeping my old save? I really do not want to start over with my character as I put in a lot of time and effort already into him.
Much thanks to everyone!
-Rymo, and please, don't hesitate to ask for ANY information
GPU-Z sensor log s.txt
First of all I am very happy with the guide that Neo has created, the attention to detail in the guide is excellent and it has been very enjoyable to install SR:LE. The world is mesmerizing. However, I am experiencing some crashes my first day and I was wondering if you all could help me diagnose and fix them.
Here are my system specs:
Windows 7 64-bit
8GB RAM (upgrading to 16GB RAM soon)
R9 280X DD Black Edition (upgrading to GTX 1070 soon)
SR: LE installed on a 100GB SSD partition
I installed SR:LE on highest settings in anticipation of upgrading my hardware. I feel like some of my crashes may be related to not having enough RAM, and I will upgrade, but hopefully I can find out for sure. Is there a program like PrecisionX for AMD GPUs that I can use to check my RAM usage like you say in the guide? EDIT: I think I can find one on my own :)
I did some basic stability testing by setting "tcl on" and by setting "player.setav speedmult 1500" and running through the world really fast. I experience some stuttering but I don't crash.
Crash 1) Freezes when rapidly scrolling through hair styles
Crash 2) Create character>>allow mods to load and MCM to initialize>>configure MCM for "A matter of time" "Auto unequip ammo" and "Bathing in skyrim">>I load MCM for Better Vampires>>window is blank>>exit menu, try again>>Freezes on MCM Better Vampires menu.
Crash 3) Crashes when I load the save that just experienced crash #2
Crash 4) Freezes when I sleep in the bed for Alternative Start and attempt to load the College of Winterhold start. (Works on another attempt)
One final thing, after creating the SR:LR Profile mod at the end of the guide, I ran the game and there was an skse folder with hdtphysicsextension files in my overwrite, so I moved that into my SR:LR Profile mod to clear my overwrite. Was this correct?
Thank you for your time!
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