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Skyrim Tweak/Fix Guide

Discussion in 'Skyrim Help' started by Renegader, Nov 11, 2011.

  1. Renegader

    Renegader Administrator Staff Member

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    How do I fix the crash to desktop?
    1. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Sound
    2. In the Playback tab, right click on Speakers (or whatever has a green tick next to it), then click Properties
    3. In the advanced tab on this new window, choose 24 bit, 44100Hz (Studio Quality) in the drop down menu
    How do I fix some sound issues, such as hearing static during NPC dialogue?
    1. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Sound
    2. In the Playback tab, right click on Speakers (or whatever has a green tick next to it), then click Properties
    3. In the advanced tab on this new window, choose 24 bit, 44100Hz (Studio Quality) in the drop down menu
    How do I disable the smooth mouse settings?
    1. Go to your Steam Directory -> steamapps -> common -> skyrim -> Skyrim
    2. Create a backup of the SkyrimPrefs.ini file
    3. Open the file, then scroll down to where it says [Controls] and find bMouseAcceleration=1
    4. Change to bMouseAcceleration=0
    5. Save, exit, and play
    How do I fix the vsync ("laggy mouse") problem?
    1. Go to your Steam Directory -> steamapps -> common -> skyrim -> Skyrim
    2. Create a backup of the SkyrimPrefs.ini file
    3. Open the file, then scroll down to where it says [Display]
    4. Add to the bottom of the section iPresentInterval=0
    5. Save, exit, and play
    How do I change the FOV?
    1. Go to your My Documents -> My Games -> Skyrim -> skyrim
    2. Create a backup of the skyrim.ini file
    3. Open the file, then scroll down to where it says [General]
    4. At the bottom of this section, add fdefaultfov=XX (where XX is the FOV value you want to change to)
    5. Save, exit, and play
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  2. Scott Anderson

    Scott Anderson New Member

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    The Sound part is alot diffrent on XP
  3. Jeruhmi

    Jeruhmi Member

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    Fixed the mouse problem, can't find the "iPresentInterval" in that file, though.
  4. hexperiment

    hexperiment The Experimentalist

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    read it again. you add the line, not change the value.

    Also, thanks for the info. It was very useful. It's strange I did this even before I started playing the game haha
  5. Jeruhmi

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    Thanks for clearing that up. I read it wrong I guess.

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