Nexus mod manager error unable to write permissions



Unable to Write Permissions

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  • I am unable to run the program because I get this error.

    Unable to get write permissions for:
    C:\Program files (x86)\The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim

    I even have it set as administrator privileges.

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  • I am unable to run the program because I get this error.

    Unable to get write permissions for:
    C:\Program files (x86)\The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim

    I even have it set as administrator privileges.

    What is the full directory path that you have your game installed to?

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  • Isnt that the full path?

    Here is the tracelog that I forgot to include.

    Trace file has been created: TraceLog20120306092839.txt
    Mod Manager Version: 0.15.13.0
    OS version: Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1
    Installed .NET Versions:
    CDF SP 0
    v2.0.50727 SP 2
    v3.0 SP 2
    v3.5 SP 1
    v4 SP 0
    v4.0 SP 0
    Tracing is forced: True

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    Unable to get Write Permissions

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  • «Unable to get write permissions for: C:\games\fallout3\installinfo

    This happens when I try to open the mod manager. I believe I need to do something along the lines of moving the steam directory or something, but I’m not sure. If someone could tell me what I need to do and how to do it that would be great.

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  • Try running the mod manager as admin, I had the same problem, it fixed by doing this, hope I helped

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  • First, to run a program as an admin, you MUST be a computer administrator . Or it will not allow you to do that. A user cannot make these changes.

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    Then, open your program listing — navigate to that program.(NOT the folder) RIGHT click on it. If it shows in the drop down list, ‘ Take Ownership‘ of the program. It will then close the drop down list. If it is not shown, go to the next step.

    RIGHT click again. this time click on ‘ Run as Administrator’ It will close the list again.

    Right click again, select ‘ Properties» at he bottom of the list. on the pop up that appears, click on the ‘ Security‘ tab.

    Now find ‘Group or user names’ and click on ‘ Administrators‘ to highlight it
    Look down to find ‘ Permissions for program name‘.
    You will need a check mark in the ‘ allow’ column for all categories (click edit & make changes)

    When you have them all checked, click on ‘ Apply‘ then on ‘ OK‘

    Hope this works for you.

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  • check to see if the directory in question is somehow write-protected

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  • Try running the mod manager as admin, I had the same problem, it fixed by doing this, hope I helped

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  • Try running the mod manager as admin, I had the same problem, it fixed by doing this, hope I helped

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    Nexus Mod manager keeps giving this error message

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  • I have downloaded and uninstalled Nexus Mod Manager several times because of the same error message any time I try to open it to Skyrim (Fallout 4 works fine). The error message is «unable to get write permission for c:\games\nexus mod manager\skyrim\install info. This has prevented me from installing any but the simplest mods (that can be installed manually). PLEASE HELP!

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  • have you tried launching the mod manager as administrator? make sure the mod manager paths are right.

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  • have you tried launching the mod manager as administrator? make sure the mod manager paths are right.

    Thank you for your response. I will open it as administrator. i don’t know the mod manager paths you reference. Could you share those with me?

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  • when you first install NMM it asks you to give the game paths and some other patch make sure they are right. Mine are obviously different from yours it depends on where you installed the game.

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  • Are you running Two Nexus Mod Managers (Legacy & New One) cus if one using that directory all ready you get a problem.

    Change the appropriate directories to Nexus Mod Manager or Nexus Mod Managers Legacy & you’ll be fine

    c:\games\ nexus mod manager newone \skyrim\install info.

    c:\games\ nexus mod manager legacy \skyrim\install info.

    depending on wat your installing so the old one doesn’t lose it install info.

    or just change directory to something you like, & it will install.

    c:\games\nexus mod manager\ SkyrimDataFolder \install info

    c:\games\nexus mod manager\ SkyrimVirtualFolder \install info

    When Installing something, anything & you get this Error running as Admin doesn’t help, since that not problem, just change directory. Problem solved. Windows won’t let two programs even As Admin use same Directories, That just doesn’t fly Kiddies. Handy to know when doing multiple install of anything.

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    Unable to get Write Permissions

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  • I have accidentally specified D:Nexus Mod Manager\. folder as mods folder instead of D:\Nexus Mod Managed\. Now I’m getting this error because of a missing slash and I cannot change it as every time I run the program, I’m getting this error. How do I fix it without having to re-install it?

    From the Start button use Start >> Run and type in:

    Now you will see a folder called ‘Black_Tree_Gaming’, and inside that will be some more folders. The folder you are looking for is the version number of the NMM you are using, for instance ‘0.32.0.0’. In this folder you will see a ‘user.config’ file. Delete it and re-start NMM.

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  • I know this is a bump but for research and desperately confused people’s assistance, it seems that you are not allowed to have the mod folder as skyrim/Mods. This causes the read/write error despite every level of diligence regarding folder placement and administrator level. About half a year ago I had this setup and it was fine, so god knows what’s wrong with it now. Despite all this, having skyrim/NMods as the folder seems totally fine. I didn’t have any problems deleting the empty ‘Mods’ folder either.

    Edit: About an hour later, and NMM is going nuts at me again for my choice of folder. Seems like the name of the folder wasn’t the issue, something upsets the program after close. So now I can’t add mods to skyrim, having got Sky UI working without a hitch in one NMM run.

    For reference and assistance my Skyrim is installed to C:\Steam\steamapps\common\Skyrim and NMM to C:\Steam\steamapps\common\Skyrim\NexusMM

    Edited by measurements, 03 April 2013 — 10:27 pm.

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