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Dual Sheath Redux has missing masters -Skyrim.esm -Update.esm

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Every time I run the Dual Sheathe Redux patch through MO it stops two thirds of the way and states this:

 

skyproc.exceptions.MissingMaster:

Dual Sheath Redux.esp has some missing masters:

-Skyrim.esm

-Update.esm

 

Please activate and try again.

 

Some please help :/

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Check your right pane and make sure Skyrim.esm and Update.esm are checked. If they are go into your overwrite folder (or wherever you keep it) and delete your Dual Sheath Redux.esp

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Since Skyrim.esm and Update.esm are essential, they cannot be toggled on/off in MO and will always be available to ANY tool run via MO.

This is only true if the tool, in this case DSR, is set up correctly. Watch the GamerPoets video and see if your settings match or come close to, his.

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Since Skyrim.esm and Update.esm are essential, they cannot be toggled on/off in MO and will always be available to ANY tool run via MO.

This is only true if the tool, in this case DSR, is set up correctly. Watch the GamerPoets video and see if your settings match or come close to, his.

That video helped a lot. Thanks, it's working now.

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