- Sep 14, 2009
did you have the SKSE (skyrim script extender) installed? that is required to run the SkyUI i believe...which may have caused problems for you, and you usually do need the most up to date version of that. honestly besides that, i have no idea why you would have a single problem with the game, your system must have a ghost in it, because i have 4 friends who all have similar systems and not once have had any problems.targren said:Oh, it's definitely not the hardware, since the new problems didn't happen before on the SAME hardware (For the record, though, the video card clocks in at a 7.3 on Windows 7 "Experience index". That's damned good)gmaverick019 said:ah i see, well the UI is one of the things that skyrim didn't excel in exactly..for pc at least. have you tried any of the UI mods? personally i like skyUI, but it's not for everyone.
the graphics card is the only thing that is really different between our systems, so i can't speak on it's behalf, but otherwise the game is running flawlessly on ultra for me, and that is with 20+ mods running in the background..have you tried using NMM or steam's workshop? steam's workshop is frickin cake when it comes to installing some user developed mods.
And Actually, I did try SkyUI. It didn't fix the problem which looks like it had something to do with a bodged update. Since re-installing means downloading 5 gigs all over again, I just uninstalled the whole mess, and then uninstalled FO3 so that I could rip GFWL off, too.
Just not worth it.
what games do you play that seem to work then? just curious as to what works via skyrim/fallout 3 not working for you.