"Morrowind Sounds and Graphics Overhaul" contains mods that will alter and enhance the visual graphics and the sounds of the game. The aim of this project is to make more people around the world appreciate this huge game by giving them a simple installation file which includes everything they will need to play Morrowind with gorgeous graphics and sounds. I’ve tried to keep Morrowind’s “feeling”; therefore, the mods/meshes/textures I chose are the ones that I chose are the ones that I think are most faithful to the original colours and environment. A benefit of this compilations is that players don’t need to go through the “download every single mod out there and try it” phase of customizing Morrowind. The pack is intended for people who would prefer not to hand-pick mods out of the thousands of mods available. Modding Morrowind can be overwhelming for some people, and they might want to start out with a compilation before they feel comfortable picking and choosing mods on their own.

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MGSO_3.0_Final.rar
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"Morrowind Sounds and Graphics Overhaul" contains mods that will alter and enhance the visual graphics and the sounds of the game. The aim of this project is to make more people around the world appreciate this huge game by giving them a simple installation file which includes everything they will need to play Morrowind with gorgeous graphics and sounds. I’ve tried to keep Morrowind’s “feeling”; therefore, the mods/meshes/textures I chose are the ones that I chose are the ones that I think are most faithful to the original colours and environment. A benefit of this compilations is that players don’t need to go through the “download every single mod out there and try it” phase of customizing Morrowind. The pack is intended for people who would prefer not to hand-pick mods out of the thousands of mods available. Modding Morrowind can be overwhelming for some people, and they might want to start out with a compilation before they feel comfortable picking and choosing mods on their own.

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deoxysandrew97
deoxysandrew97

awesome

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SQ5000
SQ5000

Is this the fullinstall of the released mod?Is the mod done or you work on it for a new release?thx

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SQ5000
SQ5000

This mod changes only for the main game or the Add on too and is it compatiebel whit the German GOTY editon?

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poWZone
poWZone

This would be interesting to know, as I get around 150 errors launching the game after installing the automatic and after reinstalling also the manual way.
It tells me, that a lot of areas are "EMPTY" for some reason.

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pomfpomfkimochi
pomfpomfkimochi

This seriously ****** up my game, any way to uninstall?

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thatbitchlando
thatbitchlando

Nope, you NEED to reinstall Morrowind and all of your expansion packs (if you downloaded and/or installed any) and besides it won't take long. The game itself is only around 600 MB

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gauge632
gauge632

does this work with all the expansions also?

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Blooderhood
Blooderhood

This mod works with all expansions (Morrowind + Tribunal + Bloodmoon)

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_DemiGoth_
_DemiGoth_

How about the expansion MOD Wizard's Isle? Does it work with that one too?

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Guest
Guest

I only have Morrowind not Tribunal or Bloodmoon! Does it still work? I love this mod so much!

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i-pinkiepie
i-pinkiepie

You need Tribunal AND Bloodmoon in order for MGSO to do its thing.

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CJDJ
CJDJ

Congrats on getting to Version 3!

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micahlg
micahlg

(buried)

Can this be played on the X-Box version via a 360? Perhaps by saving it on the computer and changing the save file extension and loading said save file onto the 360?

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Guest
Guest

in a word, no.

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coolmzn222
coolmzn222

Nope, it can't be played on the Xbox 360, just get it on PC, Morrowind's not THAT much of a resource hog

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Guest
Guest

lol.consoles.lol

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Guest
Guest

i have an older comp that can run the game but im worried if i use this i wont be able to. is there a minimum systems requirement? for this package

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Guest
Guest

G'day all!
I am quite new to all this, yet it seems fascinating! I actually just bought the platinum hits version of Morrowind, yet it does not have the enemy health bar! I figured out that i would have to get the GOTY version, but after some more research and this great website, i will just buy the PC version and try using the overhaul mod. Does anyone know if that mod included a Character Overhaul too so that my character is not like a walking stick with ice skates on?
-thomas :)

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Guest
Guest

Would you be able to add this mod to a steam version of the game. If you can, how would you do it?

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i-pinkiepie
i-pinkiepie

You can, it's fully compatible with Steam (MAKE SURE TO DISABLE IN-GAME UI OR YOU WILL HAVE A BLACK SCREEN.)

Copy ALL files directly to your Morrowind folder within Steam, and install just like you would with vanilla.

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Guest
Guest

how do I disable in-game UI?

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Guest
Guest

I am new to modding, how would I install this?

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Maury
Maury

Thanks.

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LordAbyss
LordAbyss

Hey, is it possible to move our old morrowind characters to this mod? Ive never modded an elder scrolls game and i just started a new morrowind character without the mod.

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Guest
Guest

yes

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slayer2013
slayer2013

i love this game and this mod just makes it brutal

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Guest
Guest

Looks awesome! Download with caution, though; my antivirus program found Trojan.backdoor on it.

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Guest
Guest

super mod im download repack Morrowind Overhaul 3.0!

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Guest
Guest

I have an AMD FX-9370 at 4.8ghz, a Radeon 7970ghz at 1.1ghz and 16gb DDR3 ram.. a very fast pc by any means. This overhaul although fantastic, just kills my framerates. Up and down for no cause. I can stand in the same spot without moving and my framerate jumps from 40-8-30-9, but mostly stays low and unplayable.

You can set it for a slow pc, which makes it playable, but the framerates are still over over the place. I'm using the 13.9 drivers, gonna try the reliable old 13.4's to see if there is a difference. For the record my old Phenom 965 (3.4ghz) and Radeon 6990 (which unfortunately burned out) had higher framerates than my new system.

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Guest
Guest

Is there a way to change settings after full installation without reinstalling?

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MovieTimePopcorn
MovieTimePopcorn

from what ive heard there is a MGO Options.exe somewhere in it that you can change setting in

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i-pinkiepie
i-pinkiepie

You can modify your MGSO install without having to reinstall Morrowind completely.

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Guest
Guest

I can't get rid of missing plugins on loading..:( can you advise what should I do? thanks

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Guest
Guest

Never played Morrowind before, mainly because of the dated graphics. Now I am looking forward to exploring the land of the Dunmer for the first time.

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Guest
Guest

Does this work with mac?

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Guest
Guest

does this still work if you downloaded the game on steam?

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robishw
robishw

I don't see why it wouldnt, as long as you've installed it properly

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chrispowell10048
chrispowell10048

Yes, you just need to point it to your Steam folder, not the Bethesda folder. Once everything you need is placed there, it is all guided.

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ivo0126
ivo0126

Can someone tell me what the system reqs wil be after installing this? Cuz my toaster isnt the best...
Thanks!

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Shinru
Shinru

I have the french version, will this mod turn the voices to english ?

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Guest
Guest

No

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Guest
Guest

This looks very nice.

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kylestyle147
kylestyle147

Is this save game compatible? I Don't want to start all over again and waste my 400 hours or gameplay.

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Guest
Guest

After the initial cutscene i just get a black screen. Does someoene know how to solve this?(I De- and then Reinstalled Morrowind befor I installed the mod)

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skyelander00
skyelander00

I'm getting this error message every time I try to install MGSO_3.0_Final.

"Your Morrowind installation doesn't have all the requirements to install Morrowind Overhaul. See the reports on this page and do what's needed to meet the requirements. When done re-run the installer!"

I have a clean, new install from steam with both expansion packs. My rig runs Skyrim just fine, so what's wrong?

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TheFrozen_Wolf
TheFrozen_Wolf

How many of you had errors when installing and how many of you didn't? (By this I mean downloading the mod -was it difficult etc.- and the actual usage of it -did it work well or did it screw up the game.-)

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Westdog01
Westdog01

It doesn't mess up anything usually. (I have had a few game crashes but that can be easily fixed) It's perfectly safe.

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varysar
varysar

ty mod DB ;D

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tomford
tomford

I have a problem : at the step launch the launcher my mouse didn't move.

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Amiko_Novich
Amiko_Novich

Same problem here. Waited about 30 min after extraction - no luck. Ctrl+Alt+Delete makes mouse move again, but I can't complete the installation process anyway.

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Amiko_Novich
Amiko_Novich

Fixed it, here is instruction:
1. Install Morrowind
2. Unpack "MGSO_3-0_Final.rar". Copy unpacked files to Morrowind folder
3. Run the file "Data.exe" in Morrowind folder. The unpacking process will start.
4. In Morrowind folder create empty file "MOInstaller.ini". Add the foolowing lines to it:
[Extraction]
Installed=1
5. Run the installer "MOInstaller.exe" with administrative permissions (Run As Administrator).
6. Skip (Next) the extraction process.

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