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Gopher shows you how to switch games from within NMM, and takes you through how to get NMM to work with your current FOMM setup.
 
Gopher shows you how to switch games from within NMM, and takes you through how to get NMM to work with your current FOMM setup.
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== 11:03 - Advanced installation with NMM and FOMM together ==
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[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClqtmSUsFhg#t=11m03s Link]
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Gopher explains how you can get NMM to work with some games, while still using FOMM to manage Fallout 3 and/or New Vegas.

Revision as of 16:04, 15 February 2012

Overview

To better help newcomers understand what the Nexus Mod Manager (NMM) is and how it works, Dark0ne asked Gopher, a well-known and popular YouTube video blogger, to create a video tutorial to run through the program. This page is going to provide links to specific sections of Gopher's 34 minute video tutorial, which will allow you to pick and choose the areas you are interested in learning about rather than having to watch the entire 34 minute video. Of course, ideally, you'd be better off watching the whole thing!

0:00 - Introduction and "What is the Nexus Mod Manager"

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Gopher introduces the video and answers the question "What is the Nexus Mod Manager and why should I use it?".

02:06 - Downloading and installing NMM

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Gopher describes where to download and how to install NMM.

04:24 - Running NMM for the first time

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Gopher shows you how to run NMM for the first time and how to get through the initial setup of NMM.

06:50 - Switching games, getting your mods to work with FOMM and NMM, and issues with OBMM

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Gopher shows you how to switch games from within NMM, and takes you through how to get NMM to work with your current FOMM setup.

11:03 - Advanced installation with NMM and FOMM together

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Gopher explains how you can get NMM to work with some games, while still using FOMM to manage Fallout 3 and/or New Vegas.