While the base game of Fallout 4 gives a good account of itself, many people still find it less than ideal. Therefore, it’s not uncommon for gamers to play Fallout 4 with a number of mods. Nowadays, to manage the mods on their computers, Fallout fans usually resort to MCM (Mod Configuration Menu). While MCM works well for most of the time, complaints about Fallout 4 MCM not working still surface every now and then.
Fallout 4 MCM Won’t Work: Summary
You have a hard time getting Fallout 4 MCM to work? In that case, this article should be of use to you. Down below is everything you must keep in mind about Fallout 4 MCM not working from causes to solutions.
The Usual Suspects
- .ini file
- Multi HD Install
Fallout 4 MCM Won’t Work: Troubleshooting
Configure The .ini File
- Step 1: Go to the game folder (Documents>MyGames>Fallout4).
- Step 2: Locate Fallout4Custom.ini in the folder and open it using the Notepad app.
- Step 3: Edit the .ini file like so.
- Step 4: Save changes.
For your information, firewall, antivirus programs and so on could interfere with the performance of Fallout 4 mods. Hence, if you notice Fallout 4 MCM not working, don’t hesitate to disable firewall.
Update Nexus Mod Manager
You use Nexus Mod Manager (NMM) to install MCM? Then you should determine whether your version of NMM is up-to-date since obsolescence results in many problems. On the bright side, if obsolescence is responsible, MCM should work as soon as you update NMM.
Think About Multi HD Install
NMM works best when the Virtual Install is installed on the same drive as the game. However, if you wish to save drive space by putting the game on one and the mods on another, the Nexus Mod Manager could work with that too. In exchange, you must enable Multi HD Install during installation.
Grant Permission To NMM
The Nexus Mod Manager occasionally acts up while overseeing mods as a result of inadequate permissions. Because id that,
- Step 1: Locate Nexus Mod Manager, right-click its icon and pick Properties.
- Step 2: Go to the “Compatibility” tab
- Step 3: Check checkbox next to “Run as Administrator” then select “Apply” and choose “OK”
Rules Of The Game
Use Perks While Modding
One key feature of crafting is modding and while the process is time-consuming, it is worthwhile. Depending on your preferences, you can add various modifications to firearms. For example, by adding scattered barrels, you can convert laser rifles into laser shotguns. If you have the opportunity, You should invest in the mod-specific perks that unlock later ranks.
Pay Attention To The Radio
In Fallout 4, while exploring, you may want to keep an eye on things that you pick up via radio. If you tune into the right frequencies, you could receive information about hiding places, people who need your help, or even entire quest lines waiting to be started.
Save From Time To Time
Fallout 4 is more complicated than Fallout 3 and game over is not uncommon. Thus, you should save your progress every 15 to 20 minutes, whenever you enter a new region or make significant progress. Furthermore, remember to switch between your “hard” saves and quick saves. The rule of thumb is to quick save during a fight and hard save before a long conflict
Delegate Tasks To People
For your information, you can assign people to activities in Fallout 4. Look to the bottom of your screen whenever you highlight something, such as a resource or usable item and “Assign” should be one of the options. You can choose who you want to entrust with carrying out duties. That is helpful if you want to harvest your garden frequently or if you want to ensure that someone is genuinely manning your stores or outposts.
Watch Out For Radiation
Your health will drop if you are exposed to radiation so you should stay away from it. Keep a supply of Radway on hand and avoid eating anything you find in the wasteland outside of emergencies. The Commonwealth will occasionally experience radiation storms that cause radioactive damage. Put on a radiation-resistant suit and if you get caught in a radiation storm without protection, fast-travel out of it.
Give NPCs Some Thought
Every time you enter a new region, even dangerous ones like raider bases, pause and pay attention to the NPCs conversation. The conversion could be humorous at times but you may occasionally receive quests or learn about new destinations. Additionally, sometimes, NPCs will change the topic of their conversation based on what you have done in the area.
Try Out Different Factions
The Brotherhood, the Institute, the Railroad, and the Minutemen are the four main factions in Fallout 4. You’ll eventually have to choose a side but you can complete the introduction quests of all factions. Feel free to have a feel for what they represent if you don’t like one, you can always defect to another.
How Long Does Fallout 4’s Main Story Take To Finish?
It typically takes 33 hours to finish the main quest plot. Your playtime may vary substantially depending on whether you choose to undertake side missions. Thus, you might wind up staying in the wasteland for over 100 hours.
What Happens After I Complete Fallout 4?
The main story in Fallout 4 doesn’t stop when you finish the main questline and there is no level cap. In fact, you can carry on leveling up your character. That is a departure from previous Fallout video games in which level caps exist.
Is Fallout 4 Viable Without Armor?
Power Armor is not required to play Fallout 4, but it will make several tasks considerably simpler.
Chris started playing PC games in the 1980s, started writing about them in the early 2000s, and (finally) started getting paid to write about them in the late 2000s. Following a few years as a regular freelancer, PC Gamer hired him in 2014, probably so he’d stop emailing them asking for more work. Chris has a love-hate relationship with survival games and an unhealthy fascination with the inner lives of NPCs. He’s also a fan of offbeat simulation games, mods, and ignoring storylines in RPGs so he can make up his own. Connect with him on Twitter.