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Hi, there I am having two problems with my Skyrim at this moment. Both appear to be ENB-related.
The first problem just start a few moments ago. It is also featured in another thread here, but is not the topic of that thread.
When I start Skyrim using Project ENB, I receive the following error message:
This only just started, and I'm a little embarrassed to say how it started. I did something foolish and I'm not sure how to undo it. After two days of tinkering with lighting on my install and failing to get it to look how I wanted it, I became impatient. Soo...I copied over my Skyrim install from another computer, pasted it into my steamapps\common after renaming my current install, and launched it to see how the lighting was and which mods I used.
When launching this foreign Skyrim install, I received this error for the first time. The game still worked, but some things looked odd in game. Namely, actors' skin (including the player's) looked very off, like cardboard. I renamed dxgi.dll in the Skyrim folder to dxgi.dll.bak and it launched without error, and everything seemed to look correct, but I worry that my ENB will no longer render SweetFX now. This file is created by Project ENB and is not native to the Skyrim folder.
Even after undoing my mistake and returning my normal installation, I still get this error unless I rename dxgi.dll. I realize I made a mess of things, but does anyone have a guess as to how I can launch my game without having to rename this file? I have the most up-to-date NVIDIA drivers. I cannot fathom that it could be driver related since the game has run fine for three days now with Project ENB, and I have not seen this error until I decided to copy over this Skyrim folder.
My second issue is more minor but perhaps more annoying. Sometimes when wandering around, I get this crazy, random lens flare effect. It radiates out of certain objects and sometimes out of what seems like random areas. I managed to capture some screenshots of it at the local Forge, as forges seem to cause it all the time:
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If I get very close, it messes with the lighting and makes day appear as night. Once the flare appears, it usually disappears shortly after and does not return until Skyrim restarts. The last five screenshots were all taken during the day of an un-shy flare that did not disappear when I got closer. It often radiates from forges and carriages, as well as from seemingly random locations. What is the world is this, and how do I make it go away?
If there is more information I can provide apart from description that would be helpful, do tell. I would be infinitely grateful for any help, thanks.
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