I've never had much success with getting mods to work on games. I tried to get three mods working on Morrowind, but I ran into two problems.The mods in question are code patch, MGE XE, and Morrowind Rebirth.I thought I had things squared away, but I went to play through. And the game never started.
- Mge Must Be Installed In Morrowind Directory
- Morrowind Mod Manager Must Be Installed To Morrowind Installation Directory
I figure maybe I deleted something while I was adding files, so I verified. After that, every time I would click Data Files (in order to see if my mods were there), the launcher would crash.Now, I have uninstalled and cleared out the mods from the folder. I want to go through and try it again, so can anyone give me some pointers? Did I do the right thing when copying the items in the mod Data Files into the main Data Files folder? Mysticbassist: snip After executing the program, did you actually tell it to patch your game?
Mge Must Be Installed In Morrowind Directory
0Grapher: If I were you, I would reinstall the game just to be safe and test it with Morrowind Rebirth and the Code Patch but without MGE XE.It would be a good idea if you posted your load order here, that is the name of all the mods activated in your launcher in the same order they are listed there. Thanks for your help.I reinstalled and it worked fine. It did crash when I went to exit the first time, but that didn't happen again.However, I went back to check my load order, and I noticed the Rebirth main file (the first one) was not checked. I can still play the game fine, but now when I click Data Files the launcher crashes.EDIT: The load order for the main files was: Morrowind Rebirth. (cuts off), Bloodmoon, Tribunal, and then Morrowind Rebirth. I could not get a good enough look at the other files, because the launcher still crashes. Mysticbassist: snip You can also see and alter your load order in your Morrowind.ini file.
Morrowind Mod Manager Must Be Installed To Morrowind Installation Directory
To the bottom of the file there are the names of all plug-ins (ESMs and ESPs) and you can add a new plugin by inserting its exact file name.I don't know why your launcher crashes but something that can cause the game to crash and all sorts of other problems is that your expansions are listed after the ESM of a mod.Your official content should in almost all circumstances be loaded before anything else, so everything else should be further to the bottom of the Morrowind.ini file. 0Grapher: Your official content should in almost all circumstances be loaded before anything else, so everything else should be further to the bottom of the Morrowind.ini file. Find this in the ini. Should I change the order manually?Game FilesGameFile0=Bloodmoon.esmGameFile1=Morrowind Rebirth 3.7 - Racial Diversity 1.5 Addon.esmGameFile2=Morrowind.esmGameFile3=Tribunal.esmGameFile4=adamantiumarmor.espGameFile5=bcsounds.espGameFile6=masterindex.espGameFile7=Morrowind Code Patch Showcase.espGameFile8=Morrowind Rebirth 3.7 - Balmoras Underworld 1.0 Addon.ESPGameFile9=Morrowind Rebirth 3.7.ESPGameFile10=Siege at Firemoth.espGameFile11=Morrowind Rebirth 3.7 - Morrowind Patch 1.6.5 Beta Rebirth Edit.esm. Mysticbassist: Find this in the ini. Should I change the order manually? There are some things extremely wrong with it.
Maybe your launcher crashes because of your last file. 0Grapher: Always read the installation instructions of your mods as a beginner, I can see that you didn't because the Showcase file is active. It crashed once and was slow to start, but it seems to be working now. I did notice that some of my Data Files were not active, so I am not sure if that needs to be changed.I didn't tamper with it yet because last time I couldn't get back into Data Files after I changed things.Not to sound defensive, but I couldn't have made it as far as I did without following instructions. The only mention of Showcase in the instructions was that it was optional. Outlook 2019 stuck loading profile. I often find the directions in these readmes to be vague, so I appreciate the help all the more.Do you have any idea on how I got my order mixed up so bad?
Is there a certain step (perhaps the load order in MGE XE) that I might have blundered to cause that? For future reference, of course.Thanks again. Mysticbassist: Do you have any idea on how I got my order mixed up so bad?
Is there a certain step (perhaps the load order in MGE XE) that I might have blundered to cause that? For future reference, of course. I don't have any good explanation for it. There are a few other things that I don't understand either. For example why the Morrowind Rebirth ESMs (Master Files) are deactivated in your launcher if they were listed in your.ini file.What do you mean by load order in MGE XE?
Do you mean the distant land creation? No, the only difference that would make is that objects would look differently in the distance than they do when you're near them.A few hints:Keep in mind that the.ini file can get overwritten, so make a backup of it before and after you've made changes.I think Gopher from Gophersvids on Youtube has enjoyable instruction videos regarding load order and the basics of modding Bethesda games.