Discussion in 'Games' started by Kreij, Nov 10, 2011.
You know when you kill a dude and the cam goes all sloooow moooo to show you
"Death animations"? Anyway don't think you can turn off without modding.
If I turn shadows up to ultra it fixes that for me.
I'm having a little bit of a problem though. If I put my computer to sleep, when it wakes up all games run at crap framerates. Like 10-15 from 60. I cant figure out whats causing it. And it just stated happening a couple days ago. Havent installed anything new except Assassins creed 2, that shouldn't cause a problem though...
Does anyone know what the dealio is?
some random doodle D:
anyone want a really nice house mod?
check this out. i got it earlier today and its my new favorite house mod.
hmm, house mods, might try it sooner when my character tries to "settle down" lol
anyway, continued the doodle:
This happend to me once. I fixed it by restarting my PC. Re-booting the PC is like medicine
Riverside's not bad, looked at it earlier. Honestly, I doubt I'll move out of the Dovakhin Hideout any time soon .
Has anyone had problems with the "FXAA post processing injector" mod since the latest skyrim patch for pc ???
I can't start the game anymore... it says "d3dx9.dll" missing... or something like that...
I'm using RCRN which is just a FXAA with a lot more tacked on and it's working just fine.
thx for the tip, I've managed to get fxaa mod to work in the end...
I've got another problem that showed up since last patch (v. 1.526)... My micro-stutter is back... I had gotten rid of it in the past, and now the games stutters like a lot...
anyone else using AMD 6950 cards have the same problem since last patch ?????
Another question: Might it have to do with the fact that I don't have "skyboost" anymore? I've read that there are no compatible versions of skyboost for the current version of skyrim (1.526)...
I think I'm gonna roll back to version 1.3 of skyrim, I didn't have all those problems then...
lol I just discovered the "dance" mod for skyrim... awesome!
Nice. I draw a little too, no skyrim yet though
Yeah, that fixes it but I was wondering if there was a permanent fix. Currently, if I ever put it to sleep after that until I restart games are painfully slow.
I tried riverside too, But i'm just stuck on the hideout. It has everything I need and so convenient from any house. Actually, I currently have like 5-6 mod houses and castles, but I still like the hideout better.
And here is the problem with modding...
all i see these past few weeks are just making the ladies look more slutty '__'
most of the modders that made true fantastic content quit after Oblivion,
the tools are getting more and more restrictive and the vocal minority that want big tits and shitty textures shit on modders doing actual amazing work, so you end up with true talent that just quits and goes back to working on personal projects lol. Its been that way since Oblivion.
You're right! One of those isn't a sexy mod! :shadedshu
*** bump *** for my last question:
I still need to know if there's a way to revert my skyrim back to version 1.4.21... so I can use skyboost again... I see a clear difference in Frames with version 1.5.26 (w/o skyboost) vs 1.4.21 with skyboost
Too many dorm dudebros making "mods" these days apparently.
lolz. My data folder's around 10 gigs with like 35 plugins. And only one girly mod.
I was looking through my system information on steam, and saw this:
Thought that was funny.
You may want to change the battery on your mobo, Irony.
Is that what it is? Lol. I think the longest I've ever left it off was two days though. Is that enough to kill a battery?
If you have system restore points turned on, go to your .../steamapps/common/skyrim folder and right click on the TESV.ex and choose restore previous versions You should get a list of previous version stored in system restore. If it's off, I don't know exactly how to go about it as Steam is going to update to the latest even if you relead version 1.0
Not sure. lol Is your system clock right?
No, turning your computer off will not kill he battery. It would be useless if it did.
Typical battery life is bout 3 years. Sometimes they last a lot longer.
Yeah the CMOS battery (regular 3v "hearing aid battery") does not receive a charge from the PC at all and will simply die over time. It retains bios settings and date and time and such when the PC is powered off.
Yeah the Macs at work reset to that date too sometimes...why 1969 I wonder?
Unix was realased on January 1st, 1970 and uses an epoch date format in which this is considered day 1. If the BIOS resets the date stamp to zero (and uses an epoch format) it will show up as Dec 31, 1969.
any day you can learn something is a good day
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