I've installed mods via the Workshop for Skyrim on Steam just fine, but I'm trying to install Skyrim HD - 2K Textures from the Nexus, and despite being listed as successfully installed in the NMM, it isn't showing in the Data Files menu of my Skyrim game launcher, and isn't being applied to the game itself.
How do I go about fixing this issue?
I installed Civilization 5 on my laptop recently and there is a problem with the graphics. The game itself looks good, but some resources like sheep are stretched. When I encounter them I see big lines on my screen. It seems as if the textures were stretched. My laptop specifications: 3 GB RAM; Intel Core i3 CPU; Intel HD Graphics; I have already installed the latest drivers for my graphic card.
Within the launcher i have the option to install 3 texture packs, but after the download/install completes i do not get to choose those packs and neither are they installed. I tried manually install FTB pack like sphax and johnsmith's. I used the patcher and then selected the texture within MC but there are still plenty of textures missing. So how do i install a good texture pack like the two above? A step by step explanation is very welcome.
I have installed the shaders mod to my Minecraft 1.7.5 game on my Arch Linux. I can't seem to get it to work though. Whenever I choose a shader, my monitor will go on standby with every now and then the screen popping up with a half-rendered Minecraft, saying some OpenGL programs are invalid. I would be able to use my mouse, but not to interact with anything. Even my GNOME desktop isn't... being very unstable. I am running on an AMD mobile graphics card, which identifies itself as "Mobility Radeon HD 5650/5750 / 6530M/6550M". I am using the Open Source drivers as provided
So I installed skyrim via steam and I adjusted the settings to be full screen and my native 1600x1200 resolution, and started the game, and it started in windowed mode 800x600. I tried many times, and even tried restarting my computer. I then tried to at least change bFullScreen to 1 in the settings file in the Skyrim folder. This didn't work, leading me to believe the file is out-right being ignored. Anyone else that has had this problem and has found a solution? More specs: gtx 470, uac is on low, compatibility options aren't explicitly turned on, it is being run as admin. fully updated
Two weeks ago I borrowed an Oculus Rift for the weekend and installed some mods for it, following this guide. Now I'm trying to run it again without the Oculus, and it instantly crashes to desktop. Behavior I click on Skyrim in my Steam library, and then click Play from the launcher. A console window pops up for half a second, closes, and the game doesn't run. Sometimes I see a black screen flicker up and then close. What I've tried Running Skyrim from SKSE. In this case, I see the SKSE console window flicker up, then another console window, and the game doesn't start. Uninstalling all
It looks like all of the text everywhere is fuzzy and hard to read. Like it's in a font that isn't aliased or I don't have installed on my computer. The text in the launcher and all the other graphics look fine.
I have been playing Minecraft on my Kindle Fire HD, I downloaded Block Launcher to change my skin but now I can't delete any worlds at all.
It seems like in pretty much every game (examples are Skyrim, Deus Ex HR, Borderlands 2, CoD: Black Ops, PlanetSide 2, Far Cry 3), I have to reduce the mouse sensitivity slider to zero or almost zero... (or maybe it's even been doing it for my last two video cards - the previous one being a Radeon HD 5770). Is there something I can do so I can use reasonable settings in games? ... moving a cursor around, like Civilization V). I could make a point to always lower the hardware sensitivity when I start a game, but I feel like that's a hack and there should be a better solution. I
Yes, I've seen the other questions of the same problem. I've been using this line: java -Xms512m -Xmx1024m -cp "%APPDATA%.minecraft\bin*" -Djava.library.path="%APPDATA%.minecraft\bin\natives" net.minecraft.client.Minecraft "Insert Name Here"` and it's been working beautifully. I've just installed an HD Texture pack with MCPatcher, though. When I load Minecraft normally (either with a paid account or with a generic "Player"), the textures work fine. Using this line seems to go around the Patcher though and I get some bad textures, important ones are missing, like fire animations