Skyrim Script Extender

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Skyrim Script Extender by Ian Patterson, Stephen Abel and Paul Connelly

Skyrim Script Extender (SKSE)
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Required DLC(s):
None
Supported DLC(s):
None

Documentation Flags:

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DESCRIPTION
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INSTALL
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UNINSTALL

Content Flags:

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SCRIPT
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BAIN
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FOMOD
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OPT
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SKSE
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MCM
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SKYPROC
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PLUGIN
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CLEAN

STEP Flags:

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CORE
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MERGED
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LORE
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FPS
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VRAM
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PERF
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QUALITY


Recommendations

Download and install the latest archive:

  1. Place all *.exe and *.dll files into <skyrim>\ (not the data directory!). Should be three files (i.e., skse_1_9_32.dll, skse_loader.exe, and skse_steam_loader.dll).
  2. Install skse scripts into Mod Organizer.
    • Click the Archive Archive MO.png button.
    • Browse to and select the downloaded skse archive.
    • In the manual installation prompt, right-click data and select [Set data directory]. It should say it Looks good, and not say No game data at top level.
    • Click OK
  3. Create the SKSE ini file OR download and install it from here.
    • Right-click the SKSE mod in Mod Organizer and select [Open in explorer].
    • Open the SKSE folder or create one if one does not exist.
    • In the SKSE folder, create skse.ini and paste inside it the following:
[General]
ClearInvalidRegistrations=1

[Display]
iTintTextureResolution=2048

[Memory]
DefaultHeapInitialAllocMB=768
ScrapHeapSizeMB=256
Info-Logo.png      Notice:The SKSE folder structure, including the skse.ini should look like this.

Restart MO; if SKSE is installed correctly, MO will detect it and show in the executables drop down. Use the SKSE executable when launching Skyrim from MO from now on.


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