- masterboy9 wrote:
- The elf next to the jarl in whiterun has neckseams, and I seen a bunch more in other places. Also, where could I have messed up in the installation? I already fixed the load order for the waters. I'll reinstall when I get home but what's a common problem people go through when installing? I think I did something wrong because it also ctds quite often, and I trust you when you say it's really stable.
Well you were right.Fu*k me if i didn't fix this a month before the pack was released.
Took me about 7 days to fix this gray face but it seems it rears its ugly head once again.
Saw your post yesterday morning and tried to fix it since then to no avail as I've forgot how i fixed it months ago.
So removal of the mods that cause it it's the only way!
(vanilla races for you character contain 0 neck seams)
(custom races have some seams and it's beyond my skill/ability to fix)
Edit ... well after 2 days i have found the culprit...and the winner is... PERMA(Perkus Maximus)
So after removing mods like crazy and testing stuff i found the solution either remove awesome perks that come with PERMA or live with it.
So quick solution untick :
•Perkus Maximus - Maximum Perk Overhaul
•Perkus Makimus - Extended Perk Descriptions
•Perkus Maximus - SkyProc Patch Done
•ASIS Patch Done
◘Rebuild ASIS patch with MO
Long alternative version :
1.From MO untick and remove :
Color Mismatch Fix for Elven races
Color Mismatch Fix for Humans and Bretons
2.Go to the folder below and delete everything there (2000 or so .nif files,this should also save you 2GB)
3.Go to X:\Skyrim\data and delete :
4.Download and install with MO
Inhabitants of Skyrim - NPC Version 1
5.Run GenerateFNISforUsers.exe from
6.Press SORT in MO
7.Download SUM and install with MO
*Make use of the SUM, ASIS and shortcuts from MO (Modify them if needed with the "edit button" from the drop down menu, don't forget to press modify)
8.Redo the ASIS patch
-Make sure there's nothing in the "overwrite" folder
-Tick the ASIS Patcher
-Run SUM and only select the ASIS patch
*It will finish in maximum 5 minutes
-Right click the overwrite folder and click "create new mod" and name it "ASIS SkyProc Patch Done"
-Tick it in MO
9.Press sort in MO and move realistic waters low in the load order like in the fix above
*Optional create a bashed patch if you feel you need it for stability (i personally don't use a bashed patch as the game is very stable for me and most of the people that i know use my pack) but it doesn't hurt to create one.
*Tip don't use the merge function when creating a bashed patch if you decide to do one
*Tick it = activate the mod
I wish there was a more elegant and simple solution to this but i thought it was fixed so you won't have to do these things.
My apologies.Will add this to bugs&fixes