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  1. nuska
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    Please read through this troubleshooting FAQ first and browse back in the comments before asking for assistance. I'm unable to respond to everyone and troubleshoot due to the high volume of traffic this mod gets, I plainly don't have enough time for it, so I need everyone to be proactive and double check your installations yourself before you comment.

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    Troubleshooting for common issues- check here before you ask for help!

    Problem: My characters have googly eyes!

    -> You have a conflicting cosmetic mod that replaces the default eye mesh with one that uses different texture coordinates. OCO needs vanilla eyes, so delete everything starting with 'eye' in the folder meshes/characters/imperial. If you have installed other mods via NMM, usual culprits are:
    -Beautiful People
    -Eye replacer mods
    -Eye addon mods


    Problem: I'm getting the 'Install Blockhead' error text even though I installed blockhead!


    -> You may have attempted to install OBSE and/or Blockhead through NMM or OBMM. Don't do this. Both of them have to be installed manually. Go over the instructions for both of them once over.
    -> You may be running a Steam copy of Oblivion. Check this for help.


    Problem: My heads are looking strange and nothing like the screenshots! / I have black eyes on every NPC!

    -> Run Archive Invalidation [info] in Oblivion Mod Manager, Wrye Bash or Nexus Mod Manager (and get in the habit of doing this every time you install or change something)
    -> Check for the presence of following mods:
    -COBL
    -Beautiful People / MBP
    -Hair addon ESPs (non-wig)
    -Eye addon ESPs
    -> If any of those are present, try moving OCO to the bottom of your load order. If things still look weird, remove the conflicting mods altogether (complete uninstallation needed)


    Problem: I'm getting an error from the ZIP archive / I can't open it!

    -> Sometimes Nexus servers do weird things and downloads can get broken on the way down. Try redownloading the mod - if you still get errors, come back a bit later when the servers have stabilized, there's nothing I can do about this.


    Problem: I downloaded this other mod that adds NPCs and everyone looks really weird!

    -> NPCs that have been made for vanilla head model chargen can have odd results with OCO - unfortunately in order to look on par with OCO's characters their heads would need to be manually restyled in the CS with OCO active. If you do this with a mod, please share the ESP if you can so others can benefit from it!


    Mod reuploaded w/ integrated tweaks

    Changes:
    -Merged eyelash and Khajiit texture pathing fixes into the main installation
    -Reduced bug-eyedness on Dark Elves
    -Added a better head shape for female Nords
    if you've been totally satisfied with your OCO setup prior, you don't need to download this. It's aimed at new users.


    If you see this



    it's an intentional error message and means you have an incorrectly installed or missing Blockhead plugin.
  2. Kiki981
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    Today I have installed Oblivion after some time, and when using this mod, in racmenu I get italian names for races.
  3. ItsDaKoolaidDude
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    *Sees about 30 different types of body replacers in Nexusmods and a few places elsewhere*
    Umm... WHICH body replacer? There's not exactly a general body replacer mod, unless there is one, in which it's likely buried among everything else.
  4. Gunbladejoe
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    I'm getting a weird issue where orcs ears stay the same green color. as far as I know I have not installed any other mods that mess around with anything with like that...any ideas?
    1. edherpington
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      I have this exact same problem. It's either some meshes that need fixing with Nifskope or some esp bug. I tried to fix this **** the whole night and I'm tired, will report back if I can get this crap to actually work.
  5. edherpington
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    This is not compatible with the latest Unofficial Patches. ESP conflicts reverts ears to bright green, Khajit teeth float below face, etc.
    Installed and tested on fresh GOG version with only Unofficial patches and this. Needs fixing.




    There's also this patch, which does nothing for me:
    https://www.nexusmods.com/oblivion/mods/48136
  6. TBrash
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    I love this mod with all my heart! Everybody looks so gorgeous!

    ... Except the Redguards. They seem to now have a skin tone ranging from "boiled alive" to "post-it note yellow" to "horrifying orange-man hybrid". And their features have all been... Europe-ified. Like, for example Baurus looks like a white man who got a very very bad fake tan. Is there any way to fix this? I want to use this mod but the Redguards bother me so much that I had to uninstall it.
    1. Striker879
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      Do you have the ESP from Roberts male installed and activated? If so deactivate it and delete it. It also helps to use a bashed patch.
    2. TBrash
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      I had the problem before I even touched Robert's bodies. I know for a fact I installed everything properly, I followed the instructions to the letter because all of the red warning text made me quite nervous. I haven't fixed the problem yet, but I did get "Better Looking Redguards" or somesuch and have that installed over oco and now everyone is a much more reasonable brown color and has more Redguard-y features. A bit plastic looking, but better than Baurus looking like he's taken notes out of Snooki's handbook.

      Edit: I should probably add that I had the problems before and after getting Robert's Bodies, and no change. Even with the compatibility changes.
  7. Natvaesen88
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    This mod is fantastic! It makes people look normal and/or beautiful! I don't like the body mods chosen though... I wish that some day there would be an "Exnem"-version compatible with OCO... (Or that someone would make a body type that would fit my tastes :P But I don't think that'll ever happen... I need to learn how to do this!) But I'm just going vanilla for the time being, though that body also looks anorexic AF.

    1. Striker879
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      This mod has absolutely nothing at all to do with what body meshes are used for either females or males. The body texture compatibility addons will be used instead of those that come with your installed body replacer when you install the appropriate addon ... you could also use body textures from the Seamless series (search for mod author junkacc11).

      The best selection of both male and female body meshes can be found in a mod by movomo (not at home so I don't have my links to such resources that I regularly use). Look in the folder named Resources (if memory serves correctly).
  8. Bereczky91
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    This is a piece of s***,fix one thing,then comes another.
  9. Rusty73
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    I just finally understand the "it's an intentional error message and means you have an incorrectly installed or missing Blockhead plugin.".

    You intentionally messed up ANY other mod that uses the vanilla textures for their races & I wish I could say I I enjoyed your mod but I've been scouring the web over the "Install blockhead" error for the past week because some of the mods I use adds races that use now use your error message. I now have to salvage my install now.

    Just so you know I considered seeing if there was a way to downvote this mod but I now think I'll make a fix.

    thanks for inspiring me to mod.
    1. lucasffg
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      The 'Install Blockhead' texture is located in Textures/characters/imperial/headhuman.dds, deleting it from OCOv2's archive should be safe if you know what you're doing.
  10. lenova
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    Hello,

    My game crashes on startup with this mod installed, and I can't figure out why.

    Once installed, I run the game, I get the Oblivion launcher (with "Play", "Options", and so on). If I click "Play", a small window appears in the top left corner and after 15 seconds my game crashes.
    At this point, even if I disable/remove the mod, my game still crashes. I need to remove it AND restart my computer so that Oblivion can start correctly again.
    To install my mods, I use Wrye Bash + Loot. I tried to install OCO with Oblivion Mod Manager too, but I got the same problem
    OBSE and Blockhead plugin are installed.
    I have rebuilt my batched Patch, and ran Loot for the correct Load order, everything seems fine according to these tools.

    I have some other mods installed, like Maskars's Overhaul or LAME. But no textures mod.

    Do you have any ideas of what the problem might be ? can it be a problem with OBSE or Steam ?

    My config :
    Core i5, 16G RAM, GTX 1070 8 GO, Window 10, Oblivion Deluxe steam version (all DLC included). Only one screen.

    Extra informations :
    1. I get the exact same problem with another completely different mod : Fov Modifier
    https://www.nexusmods.com/oblivion/mods/23080
    2. I'm familiar with Bethesda games modding, and I already played a heavily modded Oblivion game 10 years ago with no problem. When I add a new mod, I always rebuild my batched Patch and test it in-game before installing another.
    3. I have a strange problem with Wrye Bash : I need to run it as admin to build the batched Patch.
    1. lenova
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      One more thing : once Oblivion has crashed, Steam has a strange behavior. If I restart Steam application, it'll take a very long time to start. (a couple of minutes, versus 3 seconds if Oblivion has not crashed).
    2. JeRize
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      You are saying that if you remove OCO it still doesn't work. It could be another mod that is causing the crash?
    3. lucasffg
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      A few points that may help you:
      1. Use BOSS to sort load order, instead of LOOT. It performs better for Oblivion.
      2. You probably know this already but you should sort load order before you rebuild a Bashed Patch, not after.
      3. Get the OBSE launcher specifically made for Steam from http://media.steampowered.com/content/obse_loader.zip and use it to launch the game. I guess this one is only useful if you deactivated Steam Overlay for some reason, otherwise it won't help.
      4. I'm guessing Oblivion/Steam are located inside one of the Program Files folders. Wrye Bash has to be launched as admin because every program that needs to modify anything inside those folders need UAC elevation. I always recommend installing Oblivion outside the Program Files folders.
      5. You could try launching Oblivion as admin, but I'm not sure if that would help.
  11. akak1732
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    where is body?
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