How To Install Boss Oblivion
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BOSS also provides thousands of plugin specific messages. Including usage notes, Bash Tagsuggestions, requirements, incompatibilities, bug warnings, and installation mistake notices. BOSS utilizes a Masterlist text file to sort plugins into the correct order. Although it recognizestens of thousands of plugins, new mods are constantly being created and released every day.This means the Masterlist requires frequent updates. We depend on mod user submissions inorder to keep pace with the modding community.Program Requirements In order for the Masterlist to be of any use, you will need to have the latest version (2.3.2) ofBOSS which can be found on the Website. The program can be installed manually anywhereon your PC, and then run from that location. It doesn't need to be in the Oblivion directories.Ex: I keep it in a desktop folder labeled "Modding Tools" with all the other modding utilities.Updating The Masterlist
What does this do Sorts your mods out into the correct loading order so your game doesn't get messed up. Make sure you also download the updated master-list as well. Dump it into your Data folder in your Oblivion installation directory and don't touch it for now.
Oblivion Script Extender, this is needed for some of the optimization mods. Once you've downloaded it shove it into your Oblivion directory. OMM will launch OBSE if it's installed, so as long as you have a shortcut to that, you're good. But if for some reason you don't, then go ahead and replace the shortcut you have with the .exe in OBSE.
If you've never installed Oblivion mods before they usually come in one of two ways. The majority of the time they are manual install, which basically just means pasting the extracted files directly into your data folder (located in your Oblivion directory). The minority of the time they appear as OMOD files; to install, you just double-click them, as long as you already have OBM installed. To enable OMOD files, make sure that the check-boxes within the right of Oblivion Mod Manager are blue and not green.
Well done if you made it this far you're pretty much done. The very last step you will need to do now is go to your data folder and hit the Boss.exe and Boss.bat file, these will sort your mods into correct loading order so your game doesn't crash. Now one last mod to install and you're done.
For mods, you will usually use Oblivion Mod Manager. There are different ways to do this, but most of the time it involves using the "create omod" button, then adding the archive of whatever mod you downloaded. If this doesn't work, often extracting the archive file and running the file will install the mod in OBMM (one example of this is DarNified UI). OBMM can also sync plugins with saves and use Archive Invalidation BSA tools to prevent troublesome errors (which you should do once in a while). It's easy to use and critical for mods.
Other tools exist, such as Wrye Bash and TES4 Edit cleaning. Wrye Bash is helpful for syncing a lot of things together, however it's not technically needed and there are many reports of people not being able to set it up / install it. And by many, I mean many. TES4 Edit cleaning also requires extensive knowledge on what dirty edits you're actually cleaning. Most mods don't have dirty edits, and the only real popular ones that do are the Official DLC. But for the edits that you do need to clean, it requires a lot of knowledge of what you're doing, so most people just ignore this.
You're free to experiment with whatever you want, but the best way to handle things is to install mods and scripts one by one; that is, installing them, then checking if your game loads correctly. If you don't know what you're doing, then there's a good chance that some mods might crash your game randomly. If you installed everything possible and then your game's crashing, you're now in deep trouble trying to figure out what the problem is. Some mods just don't work on certain computers for no explicable reason, so it's go