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I've just about given up on this stupid modding and just stick to vanilla mods that are available from Bethesda because I've been trying to get these mods working for almost a week now. I've downloaded and installed all the mods that were required and even the ones that are just suggested and I've adjusted the options in the MCM and yet I STILL cant get the animations to work.

 

When I surrender or when I let my health get to the surrender from health loss my character will either duck and cower or will raise her hands. Then all the enemies go into a neutral state and then nothing happens. everyone just stands around, there is no clothes removal or anything. Now here I thought it was maybe the game and scripts running and just takes a minute to activate the animations but I LITERALLY sat there for over 5 minutes waiting for something to happen but nothing did.  So I save and quit and then come back. I am STILL stuck in the state that no one is doing anything other then standing around. (NOTE: they aren't frozen or anything they still have the idle animation of standing there but that's it).

 

PLEASE for the love that is fallout adult mods can someone help me hash out what is wrong? otherwise I will have to give up on my dreams of enjoying a pornographic fallout 4 experience.

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Sounds to me like the script files might be missing from Fallout 4 Script Extender.

Do you have F4SE installed and working?

Make sure you copied the Data/Scripts folder from the archive into your data folder inside of your Fallout 4 Installation Folder

Then in-game open console and write: GetF4SEversion and press enter to check if F4SE is actually running.

You will get a result back even if you forgot the scripts, so this is just to check if F4SE_loader.exe is working.

 

I also just finished a short step by step guide for a new Fresh installation of AAF with Mod Organizer 2 here.

Hope it helps.

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19 minutes ago, thespecialist88 said:

I've just about given up on this stupid modding and just stick to vanilla mods that are available from Bethesda because I've been trying to get these mods working for almost a week now. I've downloaded and installed all the mods that were required and even the ones that are just suggested and I've adjusted the options in the MCM and yet I STILL cant get the animations to work.

 

When I surrender or when I let my health get to the surrender from health loss my character will either duck and cower or will raise her hands. Then all the enemies go into a neutral state and then nothing happens. everyone just stands around, there is no clothes removal or anything. Now here I thought it was maybe the game and scripts running and just takes a minute to activate the animations but I LITERALLY sat there for over 5 minutes waiting for something to happen but nothing did.  So I save and quit and then come back. I am STILL stuck in the state that no one is doing anything other then standing around. (NOTE: they aren't frozen or anything they still have the idle animation of standing there but that's it).

 

PLEASE for the love that is fallout adult mods can someone help me hash out what is wrong? otherwise I will have to give up on my dreams of enjoying a pornographic fallout 4 experience.

 

 

1. Install a FRESH base game.

2. Install F4SE MANUALLY by unzipping it in its entirity to your FALLOUT 4 FOLDER. (Not Data folder!)

3. Modify INI files to allow mods.

4. Play base game until you leave the vault & talk to Codsworth.

5. Install Looksmenu.

6. Install AAF.

7. Install AAF Themes

8. Install Savage Cabbage, Vader, Farrell & RufGT.

9. Install Vioxis Strap-On.

10. Install AAF SEU.

11. Install AAF Family Planning.

12. Install BP70 Animations.

 

Everything should work with no errors.

 

MY RECOMMENDATIONS:

 

Do NOT install Crazy it is 4-Play.

Even though Leito v2.0 is for AAF, it still has ties to 4-Play so I wouldn't install it either.

Masturbation animation is possible via BP70.

 

:thumbsup:

 

 

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13 minutes ago, VonHelton said:

 

 

1. Install a FRESH base game.

2. Install F4SE.

3. Modify INI files to allow mods.

4. Play base game until you leave the vault & talk to Codsworth.

5. Install Looksmenu.

6. Install AAF.

7. Install AAF Themes

8. Install Savage Cabbage, Vader, Farrell & RufGT.

9. Install Vioxis Strap-On.

10. Install AAF SEU.

11. Install AAF Family Planning.

12. Install BP70 Animations.

 

Everything should work with no errors.

 

MY RECOMMENDATIONS:

 

Do NOT install Crazy it is 4-Play.

Even though Leito v2.0 is for AAF, it still has ties to 4-Play so I wouldn't install it either.

Masturbation animation is possible via BP70.

 

:thumbsup:

 

 

Should he not also have The One Patch to Bang Them All?

I have everything you mentioned installed and working correctly, including Leito and both 4-Play Crazy Animations and Crazy Animations (NMM Gun Version).

You can find how to do it here: AAF: A Comprehensive Installation Guide and Resource Collection [WIP]

Some mods have been updated since the One Patch v1.1.1, to install it correctly follow the link above in my first post, to see what you need to do different from the Comprehensive Guide.

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8 hours ago, VonHelton said:

 

 

1. Install a FRESH base game.

2. Install F4SE MANUALLY by unzipping it in its entirity to your FALLOUT 4 FOLDER. (Not Data folder!)

3. Modify INI files to allow mods.

4. Play base game until you leave the vault & talk to Codsworth.

5. Install Looksmenu.

6. Install AAF.

7. Install AAF Themes

8. Install Savage Cabbage, Vader, Farrell & RufGT.

9. Install Vioxis Strap-On.

10. Install AAF SEU.

11. Install AAF Family Planning.

12. Install BP70 Animations.

 

Everything should work with no errors.

 

MY RECOMMENDATIONS:

 

Do NOT install Crazy it is 4-Play.

Even though Leito v2.0 is for AAF, it still has ties to 4-Play so I wouldn't install it either.

Masturbation animation is possible via BP70.

 

:thumbsup:

 

 

So when I do the unzipping I should NOT include the F4SE data folder? doesn't that have important data to help make the mod work? Also can you tell me how to modify the INI file to allow mods or point me to where I can find out how to do it?

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9 hours ago, thespecialist88 said:

PLEASE for the love that is fallout adult mods can someone help me hash out what is wrong? otherwise I will have to give up on my dreams of enjoying a pornographic fallout 4 experience.

You are installing adult mods, that is the problem. More headache than they are worth and endless patching - even needing patches for the patches in some instances. You will find quite rapidly, that updating for adult mods is a trial in and of itself. In your shoes, I'd stick to Nexus / Beth.net mods. Less hassle, less bullshit, more actually playing your game, and a much more stable game it will be too.

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These are the current mods I have installed and enabled at the moment.

 

4k lovers luxury bed-the lady killer
8k realistic skin textures-cbbe-fusion girl-ABeauty-Unique player compatible
AAF- Modders Recource V1.0.7Z
AAF- the once patch to bang them all 1.1.1.7z
AAF- bondage animations 2.00
AAF- Family planning enhanced_2.400.7z
AAF- Violate V1.10
Armor and weapon keywords community Resource v8.51
Atomic lust
BodySlide and Outfit Studio
CBP physics for F4
CHeat Terminal
Devious Devices
Farelle-anim-mod-dev
Fusion Girl LooksMenu Sliders and BodyGen
Homemaker
LooksMenu
Settlement Supplies Expanded
Mod Configuration Menu
Mutated Lust
Prisoner Shackles
Release-50shades_fluidPatch
Release-BadEnd
Release-CreaturePack
Release-NSFWsoundPack
Sanctuary Estates-clean Version
SavageCabbages Animation Pack FOMOD
Slave and Model 100 poses
TBOS-BodyTalk2
TortureDevices
VIO- strapon
Vadermania[AAF]
ZaZ-Extended_Skeleton(ZEK)
ZeX-Fusion Girl
F4SE_0_06_19.7z
AAF_VanillaKinkyCreatureAnimations_themes_V190806.1.7z
FCOM-Fallout Commander-FCOM
RSE_II_CSA
RSE_Resources_ESM
Advanced Animation Framework (AAF)-AAF Beta 108

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6 minutes ago, Flashy (JoeR) said:

You are installing adult mods, that is the problem. More headache than they are worth and endless patching - even needing patches for the patches in some instances. You will find quite rapidly, that updating for adult mods is a trial in and of itself. In your shoes, I'd stick to Nexus / Beth.net mods. Less hassle, less bullshit, more actually playing your game, and a much more stable game it will be too.

on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 combined I've probably got over 1000 hrs in the game. I've played ever path playthrough from the minute men to the BOS to the institute. I have also beaten the DLC's multiple times. So the only reason why I even got it for PC was because of the adult mods potential and to make another playthrough to even be enjoyable at this point. Not to mention going here and learning how to install things and modify a game is in and of itself a learning experience. Is it a headache and extremely frustration? God Damn Right it is. Will the playthrough once all the mods I want work properly be enjoyable and fulfilling? God Damn Right it will be. Nothing is more satisfying the trying through trial and error to accomplish something that you set out to do.

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Did you miss the part where you would be better to uninstall all of these adult mods and just go back to actually playing the game? :D

 

Seriously. You cannot just jam ALL of these mods into your game and expect them to work in one shot. They can be faulty and problematic at the best of times individually, requiring very specific installation and testing along the way. My bet is, you give up on it within the next 24 hours and get back to playing your game instead of wasting all of this time on adding porn to it that you will only tire of within a couple weeks time...

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3 minutes ago, thespecialist88 said:

on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4 combined I've probably got over 1000 hrs in the game. I've played ever path playthrough from the minute men to the BOS to the institute. I have also beaten the DLC's multiple times. So the only reason why I even got it for PC was because of the adult mods potential and to make another playthrough to even be enjoyable at this point. Not to mention going here and learning how to install things and modify a game is in and of itself a learning experience. Is it a headache and extremely frustration? God Damn Right it is. Will the playthrough once all the mods I want work properly be enjoyable and fulfilling? God Damn Right it will be. Nothing is more satisfying the trying through trial and error to accomplish something that you set out to do.

Well, I wish you the best of luck then. It is a massive trial. And the constant need to patch this or update that... you'll tire of it quickly enough and trim that load order right down, to next to nothing. Of that Im sure. Maintaining ALL of those adult mods? Noone in their right mind wants to do that... shit, I forgot where I was for a moment there, lol. :D

 

Seriously though - are you following the install guides and TESTING each mod for functionality before adding the next one? These mods are VERY picky and if you don't do things in a specific order, as tried and tested and documented by the community here, you'll just end up tearing your hair out.

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2 minutes ago, Flashy (JoeR) said:

Did you miss the part where you would be better to uninstall all of these adult mods and just go back to actually playing the game? :D

 

Seriously. You cannot just jam ALL of these mods into your game and expect them to work in one shot. They can be faulty and problematic at the best of times individually, requiring very specific installation and testing along the way. My bet is, you give up on it within the next 24 hours and get back to playing your game instead of wasting all of this time on adding porn to it that you will only tire of within a couple weeks time...

you underestimate my stubbornness lol I have nothing better to do when I'm not at work other then to sit and play games. I will eventually get it to work even if in the end I can only play the game for short increments at a time before it crashes. but thank you anyways for the advice.

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3 minutes ago, Flashy (JoeR) said:

Well, I wish you the best of luck then. It is a massive trial. And the constant need to patch this or update that... you'll tire of it quickly enough and trim that load order right down, to next to nothing. Of that Im sure. Maintaining ALL of those adult mods? Noone in their right mind wants to do that... shit, I forgot where I was for a moment there, lol. :D

 

Seriously though - are you following the install guides and TESTING each mod for functionality before adding the next one? These mods are VERY picky and if you don't do things in a specific order, as tried and tested and documented by the community here, you'll just end up tearing your hair out.

And your right. Even if by some miracle I get all the mods to work (in my imagination) flawlessly. Due to my ADHD and wandering interest I would probably get bored of it and move on to something else. but as long as I make sure that the mods or game don't update then in the future if I want to come back to the game I can. or I can always go play the Family friendly modded version on xbox or PlayStation.

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Didnt cost anything to warn you of the headaches and frustration and lack of enjoyable content...

 

Get your F4SE installed properly.

 

 

I link to this video for everyone experiencing concerns / issues with F4SE installation. Best video ever, on this topic.

 

Next, install AAF, animations, patches, in whatever order they need to be according to install guide, with attention to load order recommendations. And then don't forget to install the patches to the patches.

 

Then install AAF SexEmUp. Go ingame and test that this works and that animations work.

 

This is your baseline. So long as SEU can call the animations and they play, you have a good foundation.

 

And then SLOWLY add on from there, testing each as you go. Best advice to give about the borked mess that is Fo4 adult modding these days. Trust, it was much less painful prior to enforced body mods and incompatible patches / animation files. A year ago, you could just drop these mods in your game and they worked, without any trials. Now? Well, you see how it is. Sorry you came so late to the party.

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3 minutes ago, Flashy (JoeR) said:

Didnt cost anything to warn you of the headaches and frustration and lack of enjoyable content...

 

Install AAF, animations, patches, in whatever order they need to be according to install guide. And then don't forget to install the patches to the patches.

 

Then install AAF SexEmUp. Go ingame and test that this works and that animations work.

 

This is your baseline. So long as SEU can call the animations and they play, you have a good foundation.

 

And then SLOWLY add on from there, testing each as you go. Best advice to give about the borked mess that is Fo4 adult modding these days. Trust, it was much less painful prior to enforced body mods and incompatible patches / animation files. A year ago, you could just drop these mods in your game and they worked, without any trials. Now? Well, you see how it is. Sorry you came so late to the party.

I appreciate that. One issue that may be a problem is the manager I use. I'm using Vortex from Nexus. I don't see a way to manually set a load order so I assume since its a mod manager that it figures at least alittle bit of it out. 

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Vortex is a pile of shit. Especially for adult mods. You really should look into moving over to Mod Organizer 2.

Vortex likes to sometimes "lose" files that are needed or just doesn't install them at all.

It really really doesn't like LL mods, since most of them here use loose files...

 

And in case you didnt see my edit above. This will solve your F4SE woes, if not solved already...

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Flashy (JoeR) said:

Vortex is a pile of shit. Especially for adult mods. You really should look into moving over to Mod Organizer 2.

Vortex likes to sometimes "lose" files that are needed or just doesn't install them at all.

It really really doesn't like LL mods, since most of them here use loose files...

 

And in case you didnt see my edit above. This will solve your F4SE woes, if not solved already...

 

 

Thank you. I shall give the advice I was given on this thread some gusto and try the different things. If after trying all these suggestions and the game still doesn't want to run right then I will throw in the towel for now. A lot of my issue is I'm a newb to modding, or at least the last time I tried modding was when skyrim the legendary edition first came out.

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7 hours ago, thespecialist88 said:

Thank you. I shall give the advice I was given on this thread some gusto and try the different things. If after trying all these suggestions and the game still doesn't want to run right then I will throw in the towel for now. A lot of my issue is I'm a newb to modding, or at least the last time I tried modding was when skyrim the legendary edition first came out.

If they dont work, don't worry... there are alternatives, if you look for them.

 

https://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/29674

 

I'll just leave that there...

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10 hours ago, Flashy (JoeR) said:

You really should look into moving over to Mod Organizer 2.

This is probably the best advise anyone could give you.

Mo2 makes it very easy to expand your mod library step by step, compared to any other mod manager.

It has abit of a learning curve but if you follow step 3,4 and 5 in this guide, it should be easy to setup.

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12 hours ago, thespecialist88 said:

So when I do the unzipping I should NOT include the F4SE data folder? doesn't that have important data to help make the mod work? Also can you tell me how to modify the INI file to allow mods or point me to where I can find out how to do it?

"In its entirety" includes EVERYTHING, especially the Data folder. Just unzip all the contents to your Fallout 4 Folder & you'll be ok.

 

:thumbsup:

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1 hour ago, SilverPerv said:

This is probably the best advise anyone could give you.

Mo2 makes it very easy to expand your mod library step by step, compared to any other mod manager.

It has abit of a learning curve but if you follow step 3,4 and 5 in this guide, it should be easy to setup.

Actually, I use Vortex, and I haven't had any trouble, especially since they updated.

 

:thumbsup: :cool:

 

 

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15 minutes ago, VonHelton said:

Actually, I use Vortex, and I haven't had any trouble.

 

Have you tried out Mo2 ?

I have used Vortex for only a short time, but from what i have seen Mo2's mod order list is much easier then Vortex's rules and priorities.

Not only does Mo2 seem to have more options, it also looked easier and more intuitive to learn compared to Vortex.

Besides the virtual file system really keeps your Fo4 install nice and clean.

I am not saying there's anything particularly bad about Vortex, but if people are gonna switch to another mod manager anyway, why not the more powerful one?

 

Is there maybe a Poll on this forum where people can vote NMM vs Mo2 vs Vortex? If not someone should really start one, i am curious what others think about this.

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28 minutes ago, SilverPerv said:

Have you tried out Mo2 ?

I have used Vortex for only a short time, but from what i have seen Mo2's mod order list is much easier then Vortex's rules and priorities.

Not only does Mo2 seem to have more options, it also looked easier and more intuitive to learn compared to Vortex.

Besides the virtual file system really keeps your Fo4 install nice and clean.

I am not saying there's anything particularly bad about Vortex, but if people are gonna switch to another mod manager anyway, why not the more powerful one?

 

Is there maybe a Poll on this forum where people can vote NMM vs Mo2 vs Vortex? If not someone should really start one, i am curious what others think about this.

I did some research last night on the differences of vortex and Mo2. What I found was for beginners and people only running a small handful of mods then vortex is a really good option but for the more experienced modders and people that plan on running a larger number of mods then Mo2 is the best option. Vortex doesn't really require a learning curve to use since it seems to be a plug and play mod manager. but even though Mo2 takes alittle bit longer to learn to use, the amount of options it allows for modding makes it better for intermediate to advanced modders. This link is where I read about vortex vs Mo2.

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56 minutes ago, thespecialist88 said:

I did some research last night on the differences of vortex and Mo2. What I found was for beginners and people only running a small handful of mods then vortex is a really good option but for the more experienced modders and people that plan on running a larger number of mods then Mo2 is the best option. Vortex doesn't really require a learning curve to use since it seems to be a plug and play mod manager. but even though Mo2 takes alittle bit longer to learn to use, the amount of options it allows for modding makes it better for intermediate to advanced modders. This link is where I read about vortex vs Mo2.

Yeah that sounds about the same from what i have heard.

Although i would not characterize Mo2 as being for experienced modders.

 

Sure most experienced modders do use MO2, but there's nothing holding back beginners from doing the same.

They will likely find the first 5-10 minutes in Mo2 a little harder (as do the experienced modders when they switch), but ALL the time they spend modding after that will be so much easier (which is especially important for beginners), that it definitely seems to be worth it going for Mo2 over vortex IMHO.

Beginners will also generally spend much more time installing/testing/moving each particular new mod, compared to the experienced modders who already know what they are doing.

This is why i think Mo2 is probably more beginner friendly in some ways, by having a clearly visible row of mods where you can instantly see which mod is overwriting or is being overwritten by other mods, and can change the loading order of mods just by dragging it up and down.

 

For this reason (atleast or me) Mod Organizer 2 actually seems more intuitive and easier to learn. Took me about 5-10 minutes to learn the basics through the build-in tutorial, i just had to google search how to install loot/bodyslide/etc through Mo2.

 

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