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#1 11 years ago

I've been trying to get a list of the mods I have right now and supposedly I'm supposed to write this command in run.exe:

cd Program FilesBethesda SoftworksOblivionData dir *.es* /od/b > C:Mod_List.txt When I do that it says it can't find "cd" even though the cd is in... helpplzthnx

EDIT: woops I didn't see it said run>CMD but when I put in the line it says it cannot find the path specified




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#2 11 years ago

I'm not sure what they're telling you to do, but I use the Wyre Bash program to export my mod lists to post.




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#3 11 years ago

well is there any other way to make the mod list without typing it all out manually? I don't feel like downloading and installing wyre bash and downloading all the other stuff that goes with it for it to run.




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#4 11 years ago
megadace;4242083well is there any other way to make the mod list without typing it all out manually? I don't feel like downloading and installing wyre bash and downloading all the other stuff that goes with it for it to run.

I highly recommend you get a mod-manager program like Wyre Bash or Oblivion Mod Manager as they let you order your mods and keep everything clean and orderly, but if you want another way-

Make sure to have hidden folders viewable

For Windows XP- 1. Go to run and type %appdata% 2. Find the Oblivion folder 3. Find the file named "plugins" 4. Your list

For Windows Vista 1. Find the appdata folder (do %appdata% in run, but go up a folder and back to local) 2. Find Oblivion folder 3. Plugin text file 4. Your list




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#5 11 years ago

oh thanks, thanks a lot man. I have OBMM I just don't know how to get a list of my mods that I can copy and paste, but this is awesome man thanks.




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#6 11 years ago

No problem megadace.

If you have the most recent version of OBMM like I do, it shouldn't be hard to do-

1. Open the program 2. Click import/export 3. Click "View Load Order"

It will then open a window with your mods in order so that you can copy and paste them.




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#7 11 years ago

Oh thanks you've been a lot of help. I've been trying to make a post aout my problems in oblivion and this should help big time. Thanks again