21.10.2019 01:17p1ratew3nch hat geschrieben: I know that the Enderal file in steam\steamapps\common is set to read-only on mine, and I can't change that (I'm trying, but it resets once I close the properties box).
That´s a Windows "feature".
If you accept the setting, Windows shows it again but the write protection is removed.
21.10.2019 01:17p1ratew3nch hat geschrieben: The Enderal_default and EnderalPrefs_default are all listed as "configuration settings", and don't have the .ini attached.
Did you activate in the Windows Explorer "hiding extensions for known files" (I do not know if this is the correct English description, my system is German )?
Did you delete the two files? So Enderal (.ini) and Enderal.Prefs (.ini)?
The launcher automatically creates new ones the next time you start.
Your anti-virus program may also block the write permission for the launcher. Put the Enderal launcher.exe on the whitelist.
You do not have to uninstall Skyrim. Enderal has separate folders.
Otherwise, try a clean install:
Uninstall Enderal, then delete these three folders:
1. ...\Steam\SteamApps\common\Enderal (the game folder)
2. C:\Users\YourName\Documents\My Games\Enderal (settings and saves)
3. C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Local\Enderal (mod-configuration)
- restart your PC
After that, reinstall Enderal and launch it via Steam.
(Install Steam and its games as admin on c:\ and not in any Windows system folders to avoid issues from the beginning. (e.g. C:\Games\Steam...)