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  1. M48A5
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    I clicked the 'move DLC' button... after awhile it finished and said all DLC had been moved... erm... it moved 'Snap and Build' esm from FO4 to FO3 data folder and it moved .Skyrim' esm, 'Race compatability' esm, 'Update' esm, 'Dragonborn', .Dawnguard', and 'Hearthfire' esms, plus 'SkyUI_SE' bsa, 'Paarthurnax Dilemma' bsa and 'Wyrmstooth' bsa into FO3 data folder...and selected them in FO3 plugins list... When it says 'all', I guess it means 'all'....


    Before using a mod that you know nothing about, it is always a good idea to read previous posts.  This has been mentioned before.
  2. CamouflageUK
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    I clicked the 'move DLC' button... after awhile it finished and said all DLC had been moved... erm... it moved 'Snap and Build' esm from FO4 to FO3 data folder and it moved .Skyrim' esm, 'Race compatability' esm, 'Update' esm, 'Dragonborn', .Dawnguard', and 'Hearthfire' esms, plus 'SkyUI_SE' bsa, 'Paarthurnax Dilemma' bsa and 'Wyrmstooth' bsa into FO3 data folder...and selected them in FO3 plugins list... When it says 'all', I guess it means 'all'....
  3. tophatskeleton
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    I'm having a problem. I got this mod because my DLC wouldnt work otherwise (because I got it on steam) and I disabled GFWL. After that I clicked Move DLC and to my surprise it said; "DLC not found"

    I can confirm I have game of the year edition and yes I did try to enable it and try again, the same thing happens. Help? I'm about to end the game and I need Broken Steel to continue.
    1. tophatskeleton
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      Nevermind, sorry to trouble anybody. Turns out I didn't need to move it, thanks for this, by the way, you are my f***ing hero.
  4. nicelyinconspicuous
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    Works like a charm.
  5. rjrowley
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    I hope everyone understands that if you're downloading the game from Steam, the game no longer requires GFWL, so you don't need this fix anymore.

    Also, I believe FOSE removes this requirement as well. The less stuff you need to install to make your game work, the better.
    1. TheGamatron
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      (using win 10) I sir completely disagree with you
    2. Motherfudger666
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      I JUST re-downloaded FO3 and it has GFWL. But I'm about to look into this FOSE you speak of.
    3. Netweb
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      FOMM doesn't work for me since you need to have the ini file and I can't lauch the game because of GFWL... Any idea ??
    4. fallenangemon0
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      You still need this to avoid crashes.

      This is also literally the easiest "mod" to install ever. You drag it into the game's folder and run the program, then click one button and close it...it's hardly an extra hurdle just get the game working perfectly.
    5. paragonskeep
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      I've honestly never used this fix as I launch my game with FOSE using FOMM.
    6. Soulbringer1
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      Cool, Thank you.
    7. CEFranklin
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      I re-downloaded from Steam (GOTY) and it was still complaining about the missing DLL. Tried FOSE first and nada. Did the Fallout.ini trick with this program and now it runs. It's still relevant.
  6. RussianHitman14
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    If this complains about the Fallout.ini file missing, just create a blank file named "Fallout.ini", then run this program to get rid of GFWL. Then make sure to delete the blank file you made. When Fallout 3 runs, it'll auto-generate appropriate ini's then.

    If using the Steam version, it's because Fallout 3 still insists on GFWL and won't even start without it, so it won't generate the Fallout.ini, which for some reason this program checks for, but doesn't actually touch...

    Besides that, excellent program!!!
    1. Soulbringer1
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      doesn't work. it still says it cant find the ini.
    2. azzzao8
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      works for me i have not even had a crash .
    3. CEFranklin
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      Worked for me. I didn't create a blank one, I copied the Fallout_default.ini from the game folder and renamed it.
  7. XyCrosier
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    However I try, I have not been able to get this to work. I have a valid Fallout.ini in the correct directory, but the disabler insists that it cannot find it. I have MO, FOSE and the LAA flag set, but if I attempt to run FO3 with FOSE via MO, I get an instant CTD. While comments in this section have suggested disabling GFWL isn't necessary if using FOSE, the Clear And Present Danger guide has this to say about it (under the GFWL Disabler heading): "If GFWL is not disabled and the Fallout 3 executable has the LAA flag set, Fallout will have a CTD during launch." Also, F03 crash logs in Windows Event viewer suggest the GFWL dll is a part of the problem. I'm in the early stages of modding F03, but it seems I cannot proceed if I cannot get FO3 to launch from MO. Note: I CAN launch FOSE directly from the FOSE launcher itself. Basically, if I could get this disabler working, that would be great. Even if it doesn't fix the issue, it would narrow my troubleshooting avenues.
    1. Alehazar
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      I gave up on my original FO3 game -yes, the one for Games for Windows Live- and purchased the GOTY version via download from GOG.com; for all the headaches [concerning FO3] it has saved me from, it's probably the best money I ever spent.

      When the download was complete, I was set to play -fully patched and with the GECK installed.

      I've put in a little over a 100 hours now, and the game only crashed twice.
      With my previous version of the game, I struggled for maybe 15 minutes and then it turned into a crash-fest; crash on quicksave, crash on manual save, crash during loadscreen, well, you get idea.

      In a nutshell, it saved my FO3 game experience.
  8. wastelandherox9x
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    I have fallout goy. It says it can not detect fallout 3 folder.
    1. SGTDRE
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      you have to put it in the FO3 Folder, where it is installed to.

      For me and where I'm installing is.

      E:\Games\Fallout 3

      You will have to figure out where your FO3 game is installed. If done through steam, follow steams file path.
  9. Clarkmitchell95
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    Don't use the move dlcs button if you use this... it moves ALL .esm folders on your computer to the fallout 3 Data Folder... meaning if you are like me and have Morrowind, Oblivion, Fallout New Vegas, Fallout 4, Skyrim, and Fallout 3, you are gonna have a lot of fun sorting s*** back out.
    1. SGTDRE
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      That is just you want all the DLC's and main game .esm in your data folder, that is where ever you have the game installed to, anywhere except C:\ProgramFiles(x86)\,,,,,,,

      Now if does put things in separate folders, just move the plugins to the FO3 DATA folder.

      What actually happened when you used the move button?
    2. FortuneQuacker
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      It moves all the bsa files from all your bethesda games, not just fallout 3.

      EDIT: Copies them. Doesn't actually MOVE them.
    3. SGTDRE
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      Well having a copy is not bad, but then you don't know where the game is pulling assets from, find the file they were in and on ya C drive and move them your self, and put them in a backup folder, and make sure all the DLC's and BSA files are in the FO3 Data folder.
  10. Pirategunman
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    Wow, that was excellent. Really simple application and it worked exactly as intended.

    10/10
    1. Loveblanket
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      Are you using W10? Because I am amazed it worked for you, it didn't do a thing for me.
    2. ticklesnick
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      shot in the dark here, been slaving over this stupid game with its GFWL requirements for 3 days now. did you ever figure out how to get around all of this? seems like ive done everything
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