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The "Oblivion.ini" file you have to edit is usually somewhere in C:\, e.g. "C:\user\own documents\my games\oblivion". Check if the file is protected; right-click, Properties and remove the check mark of "write protected" or something if it's there.

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The default ini file should be left alone and not edited. The game is using it to generate a new one in case the current ini is damaged, lost or deleted.

Like Perfectioncat said in the other thread, check your video settings if Anti-Aliasing is enabled. It's not possible to use the in-game screen capturing function with AA in effect.

 

If your problem persists even with AA disabled you can download and use a free third-party screen capturing software.

The most popular and widely used one is FRAPS.

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