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  1. xSHADOWMANx
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    Not working?

    Try excluding DINPUT8.dll from your antivirus.
  2. Ashono88
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    does this work with vortex?
  3. pursu
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    This just crashes my game when i go to load a save. I have everything in the correct locations
  4. Ngama
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    Thank you very much this solved my 2 days visit in hell moding because my orninator mod did not works. The mode fixed vr perk extender that was compiling correctly

    Thank you
  5. Novekye
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    How do I install this if I have Skyrim VR and not Skyrim SE? Can I just go into it's root menu instead?
  6. stabolito
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    How come DllLoader doesn't show up as an INI file in my Sumwunn folder like it does in the image? mine shows up as "configuration settings"
    1. Valyra92
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      Got the same issue here...just opens an Editor Window, nothing like an ini file .
  7. Haesher
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    Installed it, now the game crashes when i try to save :(
    Uninstalled it, game still crashes whilst saving :(
  8. Vyxenne
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    I have some questions:
    1. Someone asked (below) if this mod was even necessary now that we have SKSE64, implying that SKSE64 does everything this mod does. I did not see an authoritative answer.
    2. Meh321 also has a DLL Loader that is required for some of his mods. Will having both DLL Loaders installed cause trouble?
    3. Most DLL mods in my setup are game and SKSE version-sensitive, meaning that when Bethesda breaks SKSE they stop working and/or cause CTDs on launch until they are updated. I don't see any long list of version-specific files here, so does that mean that the DLL in this utility is NOT version sensitive?

    I'm asking all of this because I finally allowed Steam to update my game to 1.5.62 and after updating SKSE64 and all my DLL mods I still crash before the Load screen, so now after almost a week trying to get it to work again I'm getting desperate and grasping at straws.
    1. Oblivionplayer437
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      Hmm... it should be relatively easy to nail down which DLL gives you the headaches. Vanilla game install and then add one DLL after another (you probably know that even better than I do). Shadowman's is needed only for Achievementsmodsenabler, otherwise it's pretty obsolete. If you post your list of DLL's I can check how I load them. Are you using MO2 for your modding? I do, I can show you my MO2/mods/ subfolder structures setup.

      In some earlier times, I even ran SKSE and Shadowman's and Meh's all simultaneously in the same game, and that worked fine. So this should not be a problem, if you want to install multiple loaders.
    2. Vyxenne
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      Shadowman's is needed only for Achievementsmodsenabler,
      Not according to xSHADOWMANx:
      Thanks anyway for your response.
  9. GSA2011
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    Is this mod even necessary with SKSE64 anymore?
    1. AstroGazer
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      yes for those who do not use skse64
    2. noobhammerr
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      Well SKSE VR does not seem to be enough for Ordinator to function alone. I had perk extender installed and made some recommended adjustments there and just went over this mods instructions again. I had another .dll loader installed which was required for SSE fixes involving the binkw64 files. So this would be another .dll loader specific to well as it says. I just installed this one and will try my luck with ordinator VR again when I have time. Thanks for the work.
    3. Calandryl
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      Did it work? I just got VR and was sad Ordinator didnt work.
  10. pzaw
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    hi,

    this is a stupid question but does this work for skyrim NON special edition?
    1. Oblivionplayer437
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      While I have not tested it myself, my rudimentary understanding of the file's working is that it is highly and specifically dependant of the Skyrim main game .exe file. Since they are entirely different in Skyrim LE and Skyrim SSE (32-bit vs. 64-bit), I would predict it to be technically impossible that this loader file works in Skyrim LE.
  11. vialaris632
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    you shouldn't recommend/suggest WinRAR. It's paid software that uses a closed proprietary protocol (.rar) that leaves out some people.

    7-zip (7-zip.org) is a FOSS alternative that does everything that WinRAR does but it free, and it will be free forever. And it also can read and extract from .rars
    1. greenegg
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      win-rar is free, you just have to ignore it when it tells you your trial is over. At least, that's what I do
    2. xSHADOWMANx
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      Yeah lol.

      Plus the archive's just a zip file. I recommended WinRAR because it's least error prone.
    3. NCRForever
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      You can also run WinRAR free forever. Just have to put up with the random purchase now thing. No big deal.
    4. TGSpetsnaz
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      Besides, winrar also opens 7-zip files without hassle
    5. Morwyn Kelm
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      Agreed. 7z also happens to be far more efficient at compression. The 7z app is also a lot more streamlined than WinRAR.
    6. perrymwt
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      Except that 7-zip handles errors in compressed files very badly. It simply hangs, hitting cancel or anything else does nothing. I usually have to close it using Task Manager.
    7. Tigjaw
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      Try PeaZip. Nice clean little alternative.
    8. mannygt
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      Wait... Someone have paid a copy of WinRAR? O.o (LOL)
    9. netbadass
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      bandizip the best ever. it dose it all and its free
    10. Thierry5821
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      7Zip takes long to unzip 1 tiny text file from a big zipped file, WinRar does it instantly.
      Annoying when you just needed to read the ReadMeFirst.txt or to edit a small .ini inside the zip.

      WinRar lets you edit any file inside the zip and once the file is closed, WinRar proposes to update the zip with your changes.
      7Zip does it too but it does not work always, sometimes it does not detect there were changes.

      Anyway, I use both of them.
    11. Renegade79
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      That's exctly why I used uncompressed zip for my huge mod archives, WinRAR handles zip faster on add/remove/open/extract single file and some magic ppl ubuntu ppl are afraid of rar protocol on behalf of proprietarity also most of the ppl think 7z is unknown file extention. But if I ever pack those there would be BSA
    12. Nexak
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      7z good on compression but literally pig vomit for decompression. Single threads, doesn't load full file to ram, etc, etc.
    13. GermRillian
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      LITERALLY PIG VOMIT XD
      For real though, screw 7zip-who cares if you have to ignore a popup or two to use WinRAR when it's the best? When you regularly make huge overhauls and need to go in and out of zipped files and edit them without giving them the plague you fall in love with WinRAR. I'm not sure if the person a few comments up is joking about the developers not deserving your money, but I'm even going to buy it after I move in a few months when I'm more flush with cash because I respect developers that make good products-people acting like programming should all be free often don't have to pay their own bills. I go out and buy copies of albums I like enough as well. WinRAR really DOES remain free though, you just have to treat the popup as a startup sequence.
    14. Hottentotten
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      So many of you here seem to either love and/or hate WinRAR, though all agree that no one should pay for it. Just curious, why not. Is there something obvious I'm missing here? :)
    15. netbadass
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      bandizip free andit will do EVERY type of zip rar iso etc and its free it so recompresses love this program and have been using it for years! regular updates too
    16. GenRabbit
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      For some things, neither Winzip nor 7-zip is useful. And the creation of .RAR files. So yes, I own a 3PC license. Bought it like 6+ years ago. Well worth the money, especially since that nagging screen annoys the hell out of me.
    17. gamingsrc
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      7-zip all the way
      the last beta version 17.01 work like a charm without any issue.
      (rare crashes from previous versions where fixed in the latest betas)
    18. Mr. Dave
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      Due to a bug in Winrar in the early part of last decade ( around 2003 ) , I lost over 1,500 hours worth of work while making backups.
    19. Syclone903
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      WinRAR devs get money from companies and businesses that use it and actually have to pay or risk legal action. Letting normal users use it for free - to achieve ubiquity - is part of their business model and literally the entire reason for their success. Don't try and guilt people into paying for it. They neither want nor care about your money.
    20. Hawk2387
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      I was a winrar adventurer like him, then i took 7-zip to the knee :P

      7-zip FTW
    21. NewThalos
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      I paid for WinRAR and regret nothing. Then again I also have a job, own nice things, and I don't mind buying quality products. Anyone who tells you to stay away from or refuse to support something simply because it's not free is either a cheap-arse, and/or has their priorities categorically misaligned. They're probably the same person who refuses to buy software in lieu of using a pirated torrent copy.

      Kids these days...
    22. ArisGM
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      @ NewThalos
      If you buy winrar it's your choice but don't categorize the others. If I had a choice to choose between Notepad++ and Ultra-Edit Il will choose surely the first free non bloated software. If I had to choose between Meld Merge and Beyond Compare, I will surely choose the first free and non bloated software, If I had to choose between LibreOffice and the costy Microsoft Office I will choose surely the first because it fit all my need.
      Actually I use 99% of free software in my current Windows 10 computer (with 4 licences for this OS in my account).
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