Fallout 4

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  1. hammerofgod67
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    Wow. not being terribly proficient with modding I found this a nightmare to understand and install. Evrything else is installed automatically and now I have to search through 6 Tb of drives to install this? Thanks for not making an autoinstaller and wasting a couple of hours for me. Don#t know how good it is, as I gave up in the end, Ain't mobody got time for that shit.
    1. ashrubel
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      This is like... the lowest bar of installing a mod, man.
      What could you not follow here? Most of this is just basic computing skills, not even modder stuff.
    2. TotallyNotNick1
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      Lol if this was a nightmare to install I'd stay away from modding if I where you. This is prob one of the easiest installations when it comes to modding.
  2. deadnation
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    Someone please find a way to port fallout 4 script extender to xbox one. I'm dying for real mods. SAVE ME.....
    1. Ultimategodzilla
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      From the FAQ:
      "[ FAQ ]
      * Console version?
      - No. Not possible due to policy restrictions put in place by the console manufacturers."
      Sorry bud, ain't gonna happen thanks to copyright.
    2. gameboy111
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      Don't hate me for this but.... PC MASTER RACE BBBBBBOOOOIIIIIIIII
    3. DevNukaAZ
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      if you want "real Mods" don't play on console, what is provided half the time is a striped version of what runs on PC. Just save the money and build a pc if you wanna mod my dude
  3. mrsroadrunner
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    Thank you Sir, worked like a charm !
  4. ThatBenKid
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    I've installed F4SE with the Nexus Mods Manager, but AAF will not work or open at all, and a message flashes up every time I load saying $NO_F4SE or similar, soo for some reason it won't recognise that it's been installed. Any ideas?
  5. PapaiJarda
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    For anyone experiencing the issue of F4SE plugins not loading when using MO2 v2.2.0, go to Executables>Edit and select Fallout4.exe. There is a new function called Force Load Libraries, mark the checkbox and click on "Configure Libraries". Add a new row and select Fallout4.exe as the process and f4se_1_*_*.dll as the library to load. From now on you can select Fallout4 to run the game instead of F4SE since MO2 will force it to load the F4SE dll.
    All the f4se plugins installed via MO2 should now work ingame.
    1. Prodaki
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      Just tried and didn't worked. Steam version, 1.10.138 and F4SE (version 0.6.17)
      Did as you said, but still nothing changed.
  6. teebee101
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    after installing it, do i have to play FO4 from the new .exe file eveytime now?
    1. CrusaderChan
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      you can just make a shortcut to desktop
  7. CDV3
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    I can't drag and drop the F4SE files I opened in 7zip to my Fallout 4 directory, any suggestions?
    1. CDV3
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      Nevermind, I got creative. I simply right clicked after selecting all and just moved it to the folder in which my F4 directory is held along with my other games, and then I dragged each file into my fallout 4 directory.
    2. CDV3
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      I have now encountered a new issue. When typing the "getf4seversion" prompt into the command prompt bar I do not receive the message "F4SE version: 0.1.1. release idx 1. runtime 010101E0". Instead, I receive "command prompt unrecognized". I would really appreciate any tips or tricks or advice!
  8. LordofRhodor
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    If anyone could please help, apparently according to my computer Fallout4.exe doesn't exist... I have a plain Fallout 4 file, but no .exe...
    1. TheDarkEagle524
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      Fallout 4 file is the .exe. you just dont have your folder showing the file type
  9. nepas77
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    I did mine as the one from the video above, however, now its not loading in my mods in mod organizer 2.
  10. SinSinNatiJerms
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    The Fallout 4 version (version 1.10.120) works for the most recent F4SE 0.6.15 https://f4se.silverlock.org/

    This is the video described below: Fallout 4 How to Install Script Extender: https://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/videos/230 See or listen to the video for further instruction if needed.
    Note: Your Fallout 4 Directory should be here: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 4
    First, download Fallout 4 Script Extender ( F4SE ). This is the most recent release of Fallout 4 Script Extender: https://f4se.silverlock.org/
    Unzip the 7zip file and then place all of the contents of that unzipped folder into the Fallout 4 Directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 4. NOTE: one cannot simply place the unzipped, named folder into the directory. It must be the contents within placed there. After that, leave it alone and close the window - nothing else needed.
    Next, go to the Steam window, click "add game" at the bottom left or the top left column, click it and select "add non-steam game." Then go to the bottom and click the "browse" button to seek the F4SE_load application which is in the Fallout 4 directory C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Fallout 4 - please note, according to one's computer settings, it might say: F4SE_load or F4SE_load.exe
    The window's column for the file description will say Application.
    After selecting the F4SE_load (or with .exe) application, the Steam Library section will show that as what might appear to be a new game, but it is a new way of launching the Fallout 4 game. Click Play from there for Fallout 4, and you are now using F4 Script Editor with the game. I am not currently aware of another way to do it (perhaps the Nexus Mod Manager can launch it as well).
    Before starting the game (or after, if you forget) use Nexus Mod Manager to install this mod https://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/21497/? , or do it manually. I assure you - follow the directions and it will work. The Mod Configuration Menu Mod above will enable you to use many other mods such as Player Comments and Head Tracking https://www.nexusmods.com/fallout4/mods/22166?tab=files which increases the interaction of the player's character between non-player characters (NPCs).
    Post questions if needed.
    1. tankslayer367
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      Not anymore.....just did a clean install,update came out this morning....news.....no content...