Need help, official hd texture patch nor texture mods won't

Post » Fri Aug 03, 2012 10:24 am

Can anyone tell me reason why texture mods don't work for me? first i installed official hd textures mod,and checked them in data files, but it didn't change anything in game even if i activated it so i decided to download Skyrim HD 2K textures from nexus, both 1.5 and 1.4 versions, but they just don't work for me. I uninstalled and reinstalled skyrim 3 times, and this texture mod is the only mod that i had installed. First i installed it with Nexus Mod Manager, and it added those texture in my skyrim folder which i'm sure because it's size increased for about 1 GB more, but when i opened the game i got those super low res crappy textures again and it didn't change anything. So i tried to install it manually by copying textures from mod in textures folder, but when i opened them game i got crappy low res original textures again. Those files from mod are loose files so i didn't get anything in "Data Files", and in newer skyrim versions there is no "load loose files" option and as i read it is supposed to load them automatically??? but it didn't load them for me

EDIT: Only mods that don't work for me are texture mods and any other mods that change how game looks do work, but as i said textures don't work even if they are only mod installed
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Mr. Allen
 
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Post » Fri Aug 03, 2012 4:55 am

nevermind
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Cagla Cali
 
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Post » Fri Aug 03, 2012 12:08 pm

That information is old and outdated. The DLC fix is still desired, but all the other stuff no longer applies regarding overwrites and whatnot. That was all changed with the 1.4 public release. All of the INI changes are no longer necessary.
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Post » Fri Aug 03, 2012 10:55 am

Try checking your settings in the Vision Engine Control Center (or it's nvidia counterpart, whatever that is). For AMD users, there's the Mip-Map Detail setting, if that's set to low, your textures will look like crap no matter what mods you install.
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Post » Fri Aug 03, 2012 12:34 pm

That information is old and outdated. The DLC fix is still desired, but all the other stuff no longer applies regarding overwrites and whatnot. That was all changed with the 1.4 public release. All of the INI changes are no longer necessary.

Thanks for the info. Just tested and works fine indeed!
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Devin Sluis
 
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Post » Fri Aug 03, 2012 2:49 am

at first i thought it was my bad memory, but actually i relised that my textures look even worse than original, and i don't know the reason i played skyrim today first time after long time so i guess it might me problem with patch? textures are very blurry and really low resolution no matter what setting i didn't change my pc only thing i changed is skyrim version
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Post » Thu Aug 02, 2012 9:40 pm

Try checking your settings in the Vision Engine Control Center (or it's nvidia counterpart, whatever that is). For AMD users, there's the Mip-Map Detail setting, if that's set to low, your textures will look like crap no matter what mods you install.

mip map is on max but textures are still lower than original
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