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- by Matazs
- by AlterBlitz
- by lgphone
- by AdisVilogorac
- by kolaAA
Unofficial Skyrim Patch 2.0.8 for TES V Skyrim
- Dawnguard DLC
- Dragonborn DLC
- Hearthfire DLC
ATTENTION! Unofficial patch will only work on versions of Skyrim not lower than 126.96.36.199.8!
When the Unofficial Patch Dawnguard, Unofficial Patch and Unofficial Hearthfire Dragonborn Patch the boot order should be as follows:
Unofficial Skyrim Patch.esp
Unofficial Dawnguard Patch.esp
Unofficial Hearthfire Patch.esp
Unofficial Dragonborn Patch.esp
Official high resolution textures
Unofficial patch to the textures high resolution
The above steps will help you avoid conflicts with other modifications.
USKP (and other mods) can sometimes lead to crashes of Skyrim at main menu (pressing ESC-quit the Game-> > Menu). This does not entail any additional problems, because in any case the player goes on the menu, that is, if you restart the game, it will be in this menu (which is undoubtedly better than the menu in the game, as a guarantee that the data from the old session is left). This may be caused by an attempt to clear the engine data and finding the data that they do not like.
USKP (and other mods) can cause temporary loss of static objects (walls, floors), if you are loading more than one fashion. This problem does not occur if you have only one mod. The bug can occur even in cells that are not affected by the modes. Apparently, this is a problem of the engine with layers. Normally, restart the game solves the problem. The exact explanations of the causes of the problem at the moment.
Version: Patch updated to version 2.0.8
Translated (ru): EXGRAN
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