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#72 - Well.... Fun fact; without any changes done in files …  [+] (4 replies) 03/06/2014 on (untitled) +1
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#108 - foortie (03/06/2014) [-]
Fun fact: that's not true....
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#74 - flyingfeces (03/06/2014) [-]
Ok I am starting to realise now Skyrim is patchy and needs to be duck taped together for stable gameplay.
So I am currently doing the following:
1) Downloaded & Installed the Nexus Mod manager
2) Downloaded & Installed the BOSS mod load order program
3) Downloaded Core Skyrim (from the link) with the Nexus Mod Manager

My question is should I download the all the other Unofficial patches too???

Or would the "Skyrim Universal 4GB Memory Patch" added to the clean game suffice?
#103 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
Did it work out for you?
#75 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
The other unofficial patches are only to be downloaded if you've the DLCs. If you do, I highly recommend it.

With those speccs, I'd say you should definitively add the Memory Patch as well. You'll see that it'll only do you good.
#66 - Basically, you'll need one (two) programs: 1) Nexus Mod Ma…  [+] (6 replies) 03/06/2014 on (untitled) +1
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#68 - flyingfeces (03/06/2014) [-]
Okay thanks for the support (appreciate the time you took)
I just started playing a few days ago so I have NO MODS whatsoever, which confuses me because for me it would be more logically that addding modding features causes a game to crash not running it clean from the CD.

But you're telling me that adding a MOD could actually make my game more stable and less likely to crash?
And as far as computer capacity's I am good I got 16Gb of RAM, an Intel i7 processor and a GTI Nvidia GTX650 Ti Boost
#72 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
Well....

Fun fact; without any changes done in files and the like, Windows will only allocate 2 GB of memory to any single program. It doesn't care shit whether you've 2 GB or 40.

About the modding thingy; welcome to Bethesta! Crashes and errors are what makes their games fun.
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#108 - foortie (03/06/2014) [-]
Fun fact: that's not true....
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#74 - flyingfeces (03/06/2014) [-]
Ok I am starting to realise now Skyrim is patchy and needs to be duck taped together for stable gameplay.
So I am currently doing the following:
1) Downloaded & Installed the Nexus Mod manager
2) Downloaded & Installed the BOSS mod load order program
3) Downloaded Core Skyrim (from the link) with the Nexus Mod Manager

My question is should I download the all the other Unofficial patches too???

Or would the "Skyrim Universal 4GB Memory Patch" added to the clean game suffice?
#103 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
Did it work out for you?
#75 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
The other unofficial patches are only to be downloaded if you've the DLCs. If you do, I highly recommend it.

With those speccs, I'd say you should definitively add the Memory Patch as well. You'll see that it'll only do you good.
#62 - How much RAM do you have? What kind of mods are you using?  [+] (8 replies) 03/06/2014 on (untitled) +1
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#67 - flyingfeces (03/06/2014) [-]
Well you see that shouldn't be a problem at all....
I use NO MODS at all (I just started playing a few days ago)
And I got 16Gb of RAM which is more than enough.
#66 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
Basically, you'll need one (two) programs:
1) Nexus Mod Manager (www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/modmanager/?)
(2)) BOSS (boss-developers.github.io/)


The first one is used to easily load in and enable mods in Skyrim, while the second makes sure everything is in the correct order.

I'm not going to teach you how to use them—that's something you'll have to do yourself.

However, there're a few mods I recommend that might fix your problem:
1. Unofficial patches.
a) Core Skyrim: www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/19/?
b) Dawnguard: www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/23491/?
c) Hearthfire: www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/25127/?
d) Dragonborn: www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/31083/?
2. If this doesn't help (or if you want to be able to keep more mods active and have the RAM for it), then I highly recommend the "Skyrim Universal 4GB Memory Patch":
www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/3211/?

Basically, this patch give you a boost in RAM allocated to Skyrim. In normal terms, it give it more memory to work with.

After you've installed these, or any other mod following them, make sure to run through BOSS.
Boss will basically put your mods in the "correct" load order, as well as warn you for mods that won't get along very well.

I hope this help you some, and that you can Skyrim on.
//Faindragon
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#68 - flyingfeces (03/06/2014) [-]
Okay thanks for the support (appreciate the time you took)
I just started playing a few days ago so I have NO MODS whatsoever, which confuses me because for me it would be more logically that addding modding features causes a game to crash not running it clean from the CD.

But you're telling me that adding a MOD could actually make my game more stable and less likely to crash?
And as far as computer capacity's I am good I got 16Gb of RAM, an Intel i7 processor and a GTI Nvidia GTX650 Ti Boost
#72 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
Well....

Fun fact; without any changes done in files and the like, Windows will only allocate 2 GB of memory to any single program. It doesn't care shit whether you've 2 GB or 40.

About the modding thingy; welcome to Bethesta! Crashes and errors are what makes their games fun.
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#108 - foortie (03/06/2014) [-]
Fun fact: that's not true....
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#74 - flyingfeces (03/06/2014) [-]
Ok I am starting to realise now Skyrim is patchy and needs to be duck taped together for stable gameplay.
So I am currently doing the following:
1) Downloaded & Installed the Nexus Mod manager
2) Downloaded & Installed the BOSS mod load order program
3) Downloaded Core Skyrim (from the link) with the Nexus Mod Manager

My question is should I download the all the other Unofficial patches too???

Or would the "Skyrim Universal 4GB Memory Patch" added to the clean game suffice?
#103 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
Did it work out for you?
#75 - Faindragon (03/06/2014) [-]
The other unofficial patches are only to be downloaded if you've the DLCs. If you do, I highly recommend it.

With those speccs, I'd say you should definitively add the Memory Patch as well. You'll see that it'll only do you good.
#17 - The lion turtles simply gave humans the ability to bend. …  [+] (4 replies) 02/28/2014 on Oma and Shu 0
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#18 - hellomynameisbill (02/28/2014) [-]
still, why can't we see other animals in the series bending plants and shiett?
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#58 - Crusader (02/28/2014) [-]
We do, air bisons, badgermoles and dragons all appear to bend.

Meaning that to some extent the lion turtles gave them the abilities.
The problem arises with "why didn't they give other animals"

There are two ways to go about this.

1 - They do bend, flying, swimming, etc is all a form of bending, but due to dilution/interbreeding or just the lack of ability to understand what they were doing and therefore it's not referred to as bending.

2 - The Lion turtles gave those species the ability to bend, and then after they gave humans the ability, they learned of what they had done and refused to give any more creatures such power.
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#76 - hellomynameisbill (03/01/2014) [-]
Another theory is that they only gave hyper intelligent animals the ability to bend.
#33 - Faindragon (02/28/2014) [-]
The air bison that Aang had in the first series used air bending to fly.

Toph learned to bend from Badgermoles, and I think they even show that in one episode.

Most notably, we see dragons teaching both Aang and Zuko to fire bend.