MyNameIsnt Posted January 10, 2018 Share Posted January 10, 2018 I've been playing modded Skyrim for years. Back when I first started installing and using mods, I used NMM instead of MO. I would install updated versions of mods directly over their outdated versions, which in retrospect was not a very smart idea. Throughout the past couple years I've tried several ENBs, took my load order up to 255 and then back down to ~150, and discovered the wonderful tools LOOT and TESVEdit However, I think the damage that I've done when first starting out has taken its toll - even though TESVEdit and LOOT show that I'm good to go, I will always CTD when loading a save that I have done anything substantial in. I'm pretty much at my limit here. I can start a new game and play for hours with no issues, but the moment I save, quit, and then reload that save I always CTD. I've gone through all of the usual solutions, including qasmoke and loading an earlier working save before loading a more recent one, but that really only works 1 out of 30 times I try it. I've also used Save Game Cleaner, installed Crash Fixes and Load CTD Fix. Papyrus logs show absolutely nothing out of the ordinary before crashing as well leading me to believe it's just a memory allocation issue. I've uninstalled a lot of the more notorious mods such as SL Defeat, PoP, and just about anything that I don't interact with much on a regular playthrough and then started a new game, but this issue persists. I'm running out of options and I think it might just be time to completely start over with Mod Organizer instead of Nexus Mod Manager. Link to comment
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