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On 10/15/2018 at 8:39 AM, Mokrie Dela said:
 

 


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After the last occurrence of our friend 0kb, which occurred after I was settlement building and resource cloning (don't judge me), I reloaded and built again, this time quiting workshop node every five mins or so and manually saving (autosave is off and I've abandoned survival mode following sivispacm's advice). So far so good. The error had happened after ditching survival mode and thus the survival saving mod, so I do t think it was exclusively that. My current theory is 2 fold.

 

 

I think I'm leaving it too long between saving and doing too much in the interim. Thus the game is failing to save all the changes I've done. The cause of that is still beyond me but I at least have a theory. 

 

I believe it's being caused or exasperated by mods. Maybe I have too many installed (tried trimming the fat but I can't ditch any because I want them all haha) or maybe it's mods like USO which is simply providing too much data for the game to save correctly, thus causing the error or making it more likely. My previous play through (very heavy settlement building but with no mods, very long sessions, some with a while between saves and overwriting/auto/quicksaving a lot) was very bug free. So I'm sure it's mod related. 

 

My theory simply is too much data to save in one go, the game can't store it so assumes I'm out of space, triggering the "free up space" prompt but as I DO have space, I need to free up 0kb. 

 

Well see going forward how this pans out. Going to build a simple settlement as a home base for my asshole character (I know) then just wander and do random stuff, leaving most quests for a week or two to see if the game is playable. That way should I need to start from scratch, I won't lose too much progress. 

 

The error had put me on edge with me saving more frequently, more worried about the error (which wastes more time) and is really breaking my immersion. Hopefully my theory is correct and I can just play the damned game.

 

So i got the error again. And every time it's been after settlement building. I think it's a mod causing it. If I spend too long in workshop it happens. Ram problem? Maybe USO? 

 

 

Ok let's not DP again: I'm beginning to wish I was on pc. Really want the basement living mod so I could build a tiny* bunker in my settlements**.

 

 

*single room, like the root cellar or even better the pipe-bunker on the west of the map

 

** I have a mod that makes radstorms absolutely lethal. And yet my settlement offers no protection at all!

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There is a new mod uploaded to nexusmod site in the last week or so from the mod author of MCM, and crafting Highlight fix that loads the settlement workbench almost instantly and it is the number one mod of the month too at nexus site, it makes building enjoyable again many have commented.   

 

here's the mod link Faster Workshop (Workshop Lag Fix)


 

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PS4 (not Pro)

 

I wonder if someone more knowledgable than myself would take a look at my small load order and tell me where I might be going wrong. There used to be a simple-to-understand thread on the Bethesda forums, but that's been replaced by overwhelming google docs, which to be perfectly honest might as well be written in Russian for all I understand them.

 

The problems seem to have started with the last couple of mods I installed 1st Person Animation Tweaks (which provides a lowered weapon animation) and Wacky Weapon Workshop (base game). The issues seem to be audio related. When I fire my gun or reload, there's no sound. But then when I loot a body or open my pip-boy, the sounds trigger. I can fire my gun (no sound) then run around for half an hour, open my pip-boy and BANG, I get the gun fire sound.

 

Load order is:

 

Weather Redux Lite (darker nights only)

Reusable Camping

No Cash Registry XP Sounds

Plenty 'O' Exploration

Pip-Boy Flash Light (brighter)

Interiors Redux

1st Person Animation Tweaks (now disabled, though problems persist)

Immersive Fallout Movement

Wacky Weapons Workshop

 

Thanks in advance.

 

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Try disabling any mod that edits sound. Perhaps the cash registry one. Test it out. re enable. And make sure you update the mods; they don't auto update.

 

Maybe there's a incompatibility? Maybe try moving the cash registry one all the way down. 

 

With modding there's a LOT of trial and error. My load out is 90 odd mods. And aside from some frame rate issues in Boston itself (That's overgrowth and/Or simple seasons), I have the 0kb error which only seems to happen after workshop mode for more than a min or two. So I just leave it. No way am I trailing and erroring 90 odd mods haha 

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The above is free to get for the next week or so  with creation club and has 25 nice t-shirts  in it now, it's usually over 500 credits or more 

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So I've been playing 4, currently at level 10, it's a good game overall, I enjoy the weapon customization and the combat is fluid which I like. Power Armour feels a bit like being Iron Man, it's a big improvment from previous titles.

 

The main story is a bit meh overall, I prefer the more undeveloped flesh them out yourself kind of character anyway, Nick valentine is cool though.

 

The simplified dialogue is a turn off but I can overlook it. Playing RDR2 at the moment so will get back to it later.

 

 

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21 hours ago, Craigsters said:

 

 

The above is free to get for the next week or so  with creation club and has 25 nice t-shirts  in it now, it's usually over 500 credits or more 

*reinstalls Fallout 4...

 

What kind of pants though? I hope it's the rather rare in fashion like shorts and whatnot.

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16 minutes ago, luisniko said:

*reinstalls Fallout 4...

 

What kind of pants though? I hope it's the rather rare in fashion like shorts and whatnot.

all long pants, the boots are somewhat fugly they'll  

 

owe there a patches and fixes for custom body types and workbench mods

 

Armorsmith Extended New Vanilla Keywords Patch for the Creation Club Skins


Graphic T-Shirt Pack - Creation Club - Bodyslide
 

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1 hour ago, Craigsters said:

all long pants, the boots are somewhat fugly they'll  

 

owe there a patches and fixes for custom body types and workbench mods

 

Armorsmith Extended New Vanilla Keywords Patch for the Creation Club Skins


Graphic T-Shirt Pack - Creation Club - Bodyslide
 

Lol. And I thought it was a tank top....

Thanks btw.

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Dunno if it's server issues due to the release of Fallout 76, but none of the free Creation Club stuff installs for me. It says I own them but if I try to install them it says the operation can't be completed. Some say the issue can be resolved by unlinking and relinking my account from the Bethesda site but I'm not going to bother if it's just a server issue.

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35 minutes ago, D9fred95 said:

The Zeta Disintegrator looks rather bulky compared to Fallout 3's more sleek, silver design.

I'm wonder if it's a port of the model or a whole new model completely myself

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Maybe it's a port, but it looks quite different. 3dae2932-aa42-4f93-8ec2-06189b99d348.png

 

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It's possible they used the Fallout 3 version as a base and designed the weapon around that. Though it's a bit difficult to tell exactly what the base version is since it appears to have several mods attached so I guess we'll have to see.

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Been a while since I played any F4. Lots of pretty epic mods released since last time I dabbled.

 

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I've started numerous characters and never come close to finishing. Usually, I repeat the same cycle over about half-way through my 20s. Once, I got a character to the mid-40s (mpstly through crafting). My problem always seems to be that once I reach lvl 20, the interest drops off because all my weapons and armor are better than what I'm picking up, and I have around 10k caps just from selling cigarette packs, prewar money, and packaged foods. Then there's the issue of diminishing returns on environmental perks, like lockpicking. I can pick master lock safes, but most of them don't typically have anything that's a whole lot better than lower tier safes. It's like the whole reason for exploring just completely dies off after I reach lvl 20 or so.

 

I want to enjoy this game and see it through to the end, which is why I always try to give another good go around. Any suggestions?

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5 hours ago, MadHammerThorsteen said:

I've started numerous characters and never come close to finishing. Usually, I repeat the same cycle over about half-way through my 20s. Once, I got a character to the mid-40s (mpstly through crafting). My problem always seems to be that once I reach lvl 20, the interest drops off because all my weapons and armor are better than what I'm picking up, and I have around 10k caps just from selling cigarette packs, prewar money, and packaged foods. Then there's the issue of diminishing returns on environmental perks, like lockpicking. I can pick master lock safes, but most of them don't typically have anything that's a whole lot better than lower tier safes. It's like the whole reason for exploring just completely dies off after I reach lvl 20 or so.

 

I want to enjoy this game and see it through to the end, which is why I always try to give another good go around. Any suggestions?

I guess you could use weapons that are deliberately weaker than your regular guns to keep the challenge up. That's a pretty crappy strategy I know, but Fallout 4 overpowers your character so much that this is your only real option. Until you reach enemies that scale with you that is, then they're just damage sponges. 

 

Another possible option could be to build your character around a specific skillset and stick to it like what the older Fallouts encouraged. Although this means you'd probably would need to forego many of the perk points that you get but that's part of the fun I guess. It's so easy to become a powerhouse that it's kinda silly we need to deliberately handicap ourselves for a real challenge.

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11 hours ago, D9fred95 said:

I guess you could use weapons that are deliberately weaker than your regular guns to keep the challenge up. That's a pretty crappy strategy I know, but Fallout 4 overpowers your character so much that this is your only real option. Until you reach enemies that scale with you that is, then they're just damage sponges. 

 

Another possible option could be to build your character around a specific skillset and stick to it like what the older Fallouts encouraged. Although this means you'd probably would need to forego many of the perk points that you get but that's part of the fun I guess. It's so easy to become a powerhouse that it's kinda silly we need to deliberately handicap ourselves for a real challenge.

I would agree, but it's not hard to be OP. All you need, really, is to pick one category of weapon to spec perks into, and as long as you're picking up mods from other weapons of the same type, your damage will scale above the majority of enemies. And yet, in almost every other facet of the game besides combat, especially in the DLC, it encourages you to be OP. Want a really really REALLY cool robot for your settlement? Max out science, blacksmithing, robotics, armorer, AND gun nut. Want to access every nook and cranny and read all the lore? Get master lock pick AND hacking... Bethesda definitely did not design Fallout 4 with much forethought for the mid- and late-game.

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if I ever get back to playing this, I well play it without any creation club  content installed, I stopped playing Fallout 4 in March because  the settlers kept  gathering around the red  workbench with there weapons and circling  it and shooting down on it  towards the ground for no reason and I can only think it's one of the creation club   mods causing this to happen, I still have Fallout 4 installed to see what's new on creation club  for the game and mostly see the old creation club  content with updates, so it's got to be creation club  mods causing the settlers to shoot down at the work bench!..

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Lol this game is bugged to f*ck. I wanted to check the creation club to see I'd actually like to buy anything in the future but it's always been greyed out, and trying Bethesda's 'fix' didn't help either. Found a guide on the forums from a user where you have to disconnect from online, boot up the game while offline, reconnect to the internet then go to change profile to enable the creation club option. You have to do it all the time. I don't even need to turn off Ask Before Buying in my privacy settings.

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I use  Script Extender (F4SE)  and it's f4se_loader to launch my game, I always have my  steam online too, the only bugs I ever get are related to mod conflicts and any ctds only happen occasionally in the downtown area and only a few ctd's a week 5 tops, and Bethesda has worked hard to  fix and bring out patches for any bugged creation club mods, that's why there so slow to launch new creation club mods, they are fixen the old ones that caused issues!..

 

I have several MCM mods installed and it requires Script Extender (F4SE) or the mods that use MCM require Script Extender (F4SE)

 

 

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I don't know how this got into my game. lol I just saw it when I was at a cooking station so I crafted it.

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2020 and the game (on PS4) is still bugged to high hell. I still get the 0kb save bug and I've already copied all my saves to a usb and uninstalled game, switched off PS4, turned it on, deleted all saves and switched off again. Now I turn it on, already rebuilt PS4 database, reinstalled F4, currently downloading Nuka World, then I have to powercycle my PS4 after every single DLC (in reverse order), mod and creation club content is downloaded. This whole process could take 2 to 4 days, maybe a week even, depending on internet connection

 

There's a reason why Bethesda rightly earn the nickname of Bugthesda.

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Yeah it's a nightmare. Fair chance a clean install of the game will be ok. Save often. 

Add mods and itll forever be more prone to the bug. And the so called fix of power cycling and rebuilding database is a fallacy. The only solution is to save every 2 minutes. Then if you get the 0kb simply closing the game and loading again sorts it.... until you go ten min without saving. That my experience anyway. 

 

Its appalling but that's the industry now. Why fix bugs? What's gonna happen if you dont? You still sell millions of copies and there is never any ramifications. If you're a restaurant and you served an uncooked meat, it wouldnt be long until you get shut down. Theres no overseer (pun intended) for game quality.

 

At least with NV the game was so damned good that buts didnt bother you much  

 

Oh obsidian, if only....

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I've recently started a new playthrough, New Vegas was my first Fallout and is a hard act to follow, and I don't think Fallout 4 can compare, saying that I set my expectations aside this time and ended up having fun. It's never going to be my favourite game, it's got plenty of flaws but I picked it up for a tenner and it's given me hours and hours of fun, so well worth it. Some of my positives are as follows.

 

Despite their clunkiness settlement building and gun/armour crafting are a great addition, creating my own little shack with some home comforts is very satisfying. 

 

The glowing sea feels so isolated and wild, it's a fun area to explore, and the Children of Atom are an interesting group.

 

Nick Valentine is cool, my favourite follower, great voice acting and an interesting background.

 

Although i'm critical of the story the idea of The Institute is a cool one, their nefarious schemes and and the paranoria about the synths is presented well. 

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So I started a new playthrough on PC, and I have a really annoying issue that I hope someone can shed some light on. 

Can someone tell me how the hell to fix this:

 

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I'm sure you know what I mean, but just in case, please notice the bizarre pixelated pattern around the outside of the gun and scope. 

What the hell is that? It happened yesterday and I restarted the game and it went away, today It happened again but it came back when I restarted.  

 

Anyone had this before? 

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