This is my first video, looking for feedback. Thanks!
Couple of things I'd add.
Thanks for feedback!
1. I also have Skyrim installed on the drive, I was under the impression that each game required it's own install of mod organizer. Or in that case would you need to just make a mod organizer root folder and then separate installs for each instance of mod organizer?
2. Per your suggestion I disabled everything I could find related to windows game bar. Since everything has an overlay bundled in it these days I also had to also check my video driver software and chat applications.
3. I followed the install instructions on the main page, if there's an easier install method I would appreciate a link to them. So, by saying no to the creation of fomod files there will be usable zip files that can be installed via MO?
4. If I have any game errors I'll attempt messing with the the bsas then, but I'm looking forward to the next release since this is supposed to be fixed in it.  I haven't found good instructions on how to unpack a .bsa to reorganize the files. Recommendations?
Personally I have a Mod Organizer folder and inside that I have an install of MO for each game I'm using it for. That'd be TTW, New Vegas, and Skyrim right now. Keeps things nice and clean. I also create a shortcut for each modorganizer.exe and rename that to the game it's for and pin that shortcut to the start menu. So now I pop open the start menu and there's quick link labeled TTW, New Vegas, and Skyrim that fires up MO for those games.
I have a Game Utils folder with separate MO installs for each game I have.
ie. D:\Games\ModOrganizer\<subfolder for each game>
I don't believe there is a dedicated page here on the TTW site for installing with MO, there are just snippets of info here and there from users that do use it.
Regarding #4. It's not the order of files inside the BSAs that's an issue, it's the order of the BSAs themselves. MO has a hard time organising the FO3 BSAs due to there being no plugins specific to them. It is in FNV mode and sees the FNV BSAs correctly.
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