Thej2222 Posted February 15, 2018 Share Posted February 15, 2018 So, this is a tad embarrassing but here it goes. Normally, I've installed loverslab and all the requirements multiple times over the last few years (Mostly) without too many issues, or finding them and fixing things in time with some online looking. However, THIS TIME, I've messed up badly and could use some help. Long story made short, I went about downloading my normal mods, CBBE, XP 32 skeleton, many of the niche mods for sexlab, SOS, blah, blah. My first issue was that, all of the animals were random boxes with exclamation marks, which showed I messed up the install process of meshes and all. So, I went about hours trying to fix it, tried installing a TBBP update mod that claimed it was simultaneously built to be compatible for CBBE, but only worked "exclusively" for TBBP to see if that worked, (Stupid idea, I know.) and messed up all NPC textures, making all races look like boxes with exclamation marks. So then, I tried uninstalling joys of perspective and re-installing everything to see if that helped stability, and it left me with more broken icons, and the complete inability to move accurately, or possibly at all in first person view, and while functioning perfectly in third person, doesn't let me use commands with E or move appropriately in first person. Also, animations have stopped working entirely, as characters only move in a T form, and whenever I fix one problem, the other comes back. So, the final straw was, I "completely reinstalled," added the mods in the order of XP32 skeleton, Sexlab, SOS, CBBE, and all their requirements, and NOW, the game crashed instantly when I choose a female character, and, "despite" my completely clean total uninstallation/reinstallation, first person view is still broken, and I'm not even sure how that even works out. I'm normally pretty self sufficient with modding, but this time, some help would be "very" much appreciated to anyone that can help, or offer advice on proper install order/how to delete bad files when even a full uninstallation didn't delete the corrupted data. At this point, all my attempts to fix it are just digging the hole deeper. Link to comment
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