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Crashing with SR:LE + REGS?

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I made sure to run Skyrim after each subsection of each guide to make sure that I would not CTD. I followed each guide as well as I could, the only deviation being the replacement of Mature Skin with SG textures for personal preference. I made the Conflict Resolution Patch as shown here https://wiki.step-pro...lict_Resolution. Finally, after I create my character and choose a start, I load the start but crash immediately after. I ran SUMBOSS, and TES5Edit, and I don't have a clue where I went wrong.

 

I attached the Papyrus log, but I have no idea what the problem is. All help is appreciated :) Papyrus.0.txt

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