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A guide to installing mods manually for the PC version of Fallout 4.

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  1. Stumpengrinden
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    God I just want a readable version
    1. murderface8
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      Me too.
  2. cabbagewarrior
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    what if i dont have the be enable file selection i have to write it or what
  3. ldflink
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    i watched Gophers Fallout4 : enabling modding for PC, followed his instructions and it still doesn't work
    Nexus mod manager keeps popping up a warning window when i want to activate mod, saying I have to make necessary ini. edits shown in the video that I already did

    how do i fix this?

    Please dont make me ask this on reddit
    Someone, Anyone with half a brain about this
  4. SuperSushi987
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    How did he get the mod into the plugins.text? I put the mods into Data but it wont show up in the text file, help?
    1. Zehryo
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      Did you check the "LCList.txt" file? My plugins get added in that file, instead of plugins. And not all of them....doesnt make any sense!!
  5. Zehryo
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    This is weird.
    I've tweaked all the needed ini/txt files as shown in the video, but when I start and close the launcher, the plugins.txt file gets reset and, instead, one (only one) of the .esp files gets added to the DLCList.txt.
    Does this make any sense for anybody? Help, please! =p
  6. WittleWabbit
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    For those who cant find plugins.txt, and dont want to do it the same way he did..

    Go into control panel and set sorting to "by category"
    Click Appearance and personalization
    Under folder options, click show hidden files and folders
    Click show hidden files, folders and drives.

    NOWWWW go into your c drive and you user name, and appdata will now appear.
    Then go local, find fallout4, and there is your plugins.txt.

    Your welcome
  7. templarios05
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    I am having this problem even after i did all what the video said to do.
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  8. jockmello
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    so ive been having a problem with trying to download any mods from nexus, once it downloads and I click open it doesn't not open
    1. butterenderman11
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      unzip it, drag it to your desktop and right click it, it should read extract and extract it
  9. harrisnomad11
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    cheers m8,ty
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