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13 Nov *NOTE* This is no longer needed but i am still keeping this up as a tutorial so people can use this on basically anything*NOTE* Download and install CFF Explorer. Make a backup of your original exe just in case something goes wrong. Run CFF Explorer (as administrator. Hidden file. This mod has been set to hidden by its author. The reason given by the author is: Skyrim natively supports 4GB memory, and this patch could cause issues for people who download it without knowing that it does nothing good for them anymore. 29 Sep About this mod. with sole purpose of applying >2gb patch and. dll files. Automatically makes backups of original files. Applying this to related to Oblivion MAY give some of those with 4gb plus ram a performance boost. Even then extra tweaks and additional utilities are.
31 Dec I've just install the HD 2k mod but now i hate to install the 4gb patches but the autor hide it . and when i start playing, it is always crash when i go in big city thx a lot. Back to top. #2. Sunnie. Posted 31 December - PM. Sunnie. Girls, Girls, Girls! Members; Pip; 1, posts. Current official. Hidden file. This mod has been set to hidden by its author. Follow Us. Like us on Facebook · Follow us on Twitter · Join our Steam Community · Join us on Discord. Nexus Mods. News · About us · Statistics · RSS feeds · Contact · Staff · Privacy · Terms and conditions · Unban requests · DMCA. Guides & Support. Wiki · Using. 12 Sep TECH SUPPORT STOPPED (USE NEW VERSION WITH THE TWEAKING GUIDE FROM THIS ONE), PATCH WORK FINE AND ALL PROBLEMS ON USERS SIDE BECAUSE OTHER SOFTWARE, WRONG CHANGES TO GAME INI FILES AND OWN GAME BUGS WHICH HAVE NOTHING IN COMMON.
10 Feb Inclusive ingame HUD display. Skyrim Performance Monitor: http://www. ?. Last edited by g; Feb 10, @ 2: 41am. #1. Lucky Shiner · View Profile View Posts. Feb 10, @ am. Sir you are a saint! #2. BlacKy · View Profile View Posts. Feb 10, @ am. Now my PC has 8GB and I know skyrim can't run on that but I tried searching for 4 and apparently the game does so, but does it do so already? I also found a 4GB Skyrim mod (?) but the mod is hidden, I don't understand why. Can some1 explain this?. I have a very powerful machine (i7 K, 24GB ram with a GTX Titan) that chews through Skyrim like it's nothing. I figured I I'm assuming you haven't done that yet, fairly sure 4gb is the native vanilla limit (wow I cannot remember the exact values atm). . ?.