Skyrim Realistic Overhaul 1.7. mod contains 10gb of high quality 2048k/4096k textures. It drastically increase quality while keeping artistic look of original textures. This version is for Special Edition of Skyrim, but it can be used with original version too.

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Updates Skyrim Realistic Overhaul to 1.8 version.

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Skyrim Realistic Overhaul 1.8. Update
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37YrOldKid
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Whats up with the update? i download it and winrar cannot open it. I get an error "the archive is either in an unknown format or is damaged". Ive dowmloaded it several times??????

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Try using 7zip instead. That works for me.

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I unpacked it with no errors.!

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I've the Problem too. I try 7zip and winrar and both can't open the archiv.

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Consuvach
Consuvach

If you can't open this archive, download the newest version of 7-zip (18.05) and it will work fine.

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Guest
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ahhh, of course... [facepalm]. Thanks!

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chawski
chawski

hey love this, but cant add the 1.8 update to nexus from the mod add from file option am I doing something wrong?

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chawski
chawski

what I did was use 7zip and made the rar file a zip file by using 7zip add to archive option and then it let me add to nexus through add mod from file option hope this helps if anyone else had problems.

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zumbimat
zumbimat

A suggestion. Lance in steam as DLC, is much easier to manage and save.

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moddbSS
moddbSS

If I wanted to consolidate files, I go by file tree right?

ie Part 2 textures-architecture-windhelm goes into Part 1 textures-architecture

Is there any reason that's a bad thing to do?

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Artaios
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No, you can consolidate without worry. Keep file structure obviously.

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chas1958
chas1958

Update works perfect for me, I opened it with no problems.

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Guest
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I am new to modding and am a little confused on how to use this to updates the other 3 files. I am using vortex and installed all the mod files there along with the update. With the update installed I just get a notification saying there is a file conflict.

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wrong place

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dogukanjames2005
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i have got a problem i downloading 300kb/s pls help me

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sstentiford97
sstentiford97

Do you need all the files or just the most recent.

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rpjacks
rpjacks

I am using Vortex to install. No problems extracting files but when I install the update, Vortex calls out "unresolved conflicts". I'm very new to modding Skyrim and am not familiar with how to resolve this issue.

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Jaxgent
Jaxgent

Will there be a Skyrim Anniversary Edition version. That runs with SKSE64 ?

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Guest
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do you have an SE version?

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Jaxgent
Jaxgent

yes I do.

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avidichard
avidichard

I am just questionning if the author of this texture overhaul is still active because I messaged but no answer.

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