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How do I tell if there is a conflict in the load order?

Mech Tech Potato

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How do I tell if there is a conflict in my load order is there a tool that I can download?
I am having issues with the textures in both Bunker Hill and The Castle disappearing and repapering as I move around. I have tried deactivating and reactivating mods in my load order. But some mods I am afraid to remove (SS2) because I am afraid that could break my game save Irreparably in some fashion. My load order is attached.
 

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Mech Tech Potato

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I don't think it is a problem with sim settlements, as SS2 dose not do anything with the castle or Bunker Hill as far as I am aware. The one mod I downloaded that changed the castle seems to actually make the problem better, But there are still areas where the problem persists, the castle stairs at the back of the fort.. I came to the general forum because I just did not know where else to turn.
 

Mech Tech Potato

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I've Discovered that the mod Immersive cleaning is causing the issue. I am not sure what mod it is conflicting with to cause the texture issue though though. any help identifying would be greatly apricated. I would like to be able to remove those piles of trash around Sanctuary and other settlements, and clean up the in genial.
 

Cessori

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Usually the mods we recommend for cleaning up settlements are Raze My Settlement, or Clean My Settlement - Redux by Whisper.
 

Mech Tech Potato

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Thanks, I found a work around. placing it at the very bottom of my load order fixed it. If you have the satellite map installed that needs to be below Immersive cleaning, or else there is a weird bug where all the map icons get spread out like they are zoomed in witch is really weird.
 

Antoine Soverie

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Adding, removing and rearranging mods mid-playthrough generally makes the game more unstable. Up to unplayable state and CTDs all over the place. Not sure about Immersive cleaning, but yeah.
Usually the mods we recommend for cleaning up settlements are Raze My Settlement, or Clean My Settlement - Redux by Whisper.
 

GuardianMF

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Immersive Cleaning has regenerated precombines, which is prone to visual conflicts if you have other mods that have edits in the settlement areas, although placing the plugin at the bottom usually solves most of those conflicts
 
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