I would first recommend getting kotor mod manager. remove all the mods from your overide and have each one it will help determine any conflicts you have that might crash the game.
Let me expand If you have duplicate files in your overide or files that overide each other. Then they can cause crashes. Also with mod manager you can add each mod in seperately and test to see what the results are and which one is causing the crash. This will help us out immensly to help you troubleshoot further.
Also can you provide a list of every mod in which you have downloaded this may help us identify possible problem children.
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Last edited by Darkkender; 11-13-2004 at 07:48 AM.