Skyrim Error

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  1. xX DRACO ICE Xx
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    Ok, so sometime back I got Skyrim. It worked just fine (with exception of annoying lag, but that's from my computer being dumb.)
    Out of the blue, it starts giving me these messages when trying to fast travel. I have no idea why it's doing this. I reset my computer like 3 times (waiting several minutes in between) and it still gives me this.
    I searched like crazy on Google for anybody who has had this problem, but I couldn't find anything.
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  2. Thanatos Telos

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    Odd. Is it the Steam version? Specs including OS?
     
  3. xX DRACO ICE Xx
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    xX DRACO ICE Xx Advanced Member

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    It's a torrented version...

    Windows 7 x64
    Dell Inspirion 1545
    Pentium Dual Core CPU T4300@2.10GHz
    4GB RAM
    Graphic Card: Mobile Intel 4 Series Express Chipset Family
     
  4. marcus134

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    reinstall the game or look for another release.
    it's also possible that some component is failing but it looks more like DRM circumvention not working properly
     
  5. xX DRACO ICE Xx
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    Yeah, I had reinstalling in mind.
    A component that suddenly fails? Yeesh, with this 5 year old laptop, I won't be surprised...
     
  6. Kirito-kun

    Kirito-kun Disciple of GabeN

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    A reinstallation is probably be the best choice.

    But honestly though, if you want the most fluid experience, just purchase the game on Steam. Support the developers.

    I personally took the "torrent first buy later" route with this game, and let me just tell you, modding becomes way easier after obtaining a legit version. Since modding's one of my favorite aspects of Skyrim, it completely justified the purchase for me.
     
  7. Nathan Drake

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    Yeah, I'm gonna have to go with the idea that your version of the game wasn't cracked all that well to begin with. You're probably better off finding a better cracked copy if that's how you choose to obtain it. I'd assume that you can just move over your saves to the new installation as long as you back them up. It's a pain in the ass when an installation goes sour, legit or not, but sometimes re-installation is the best you can do.
     
  8. Satangel

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    Yup, just back your saves up, get a new torrent, read the NFO and work your way from there. Good luck, shouldn't be too hard
     
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