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Hi.

I have an issue with Nexus Mod Manager and can't get it to work. Basically downloaded it to help with my Skyrim and Oblivion mods. It installed without any issues but when I try launching Nexus Mod Manager, it searches for quite a large list of games that I don't own. It finds Oblivion and Skyrim no problem, but displays a red X mark on all other games once it completes its game detection. It gives me two options at the end of its game detection:

1. OK
2. Cancel

Well, this is were it gets weird, the OK option is grayed-out and I can only select cancel?? I've tried many times to restart the whole game detection process, and it's just an endless loop! As I said, I don't own any other of the games on their list, so I can't understand why this is happening? I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling but nothing changes?

Is this a fault with Nexus Mods Manager? Can anyone offer a solution...
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Click the green button where it tells you to. If you paused to read all the tiny the text in the NMM window it tells you clearly what you need to do, but the text is small. They should make it a little more visible and obvious.


Edited by Scorpion49 - 7/21/13 at 10:45am
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Start program, "x" games you don't own. "v" games you own, ok, done.
Don't wait.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
Samsung 960 EVO 250GB Seagate 2.5'' Barracuda 1TB Cryorig C7 Windows 10 Professional 
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Dell S2318H IPS with Built-in speakers Silverstone SFX 600W Gold Fully Modular RVZ02 
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Originally Posted by Scorpion49 View Post

Click the green button where it tells you to. If you paused to read all the tiny the text in the NMM window it tells you clearly what you need to do, but the text is small. They should make it a little more visible and obvious.


That worked:) Thanks for the help.
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