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Skyrim Invisible Hands Fix


Skyrim Invisible Hands Fix




If you are playing Skyrim on PC and you encounter a problem where your character's hands are invisible in first person view, but visible in third person view, you are not alone. Many players have reported this issue and it can be very annoying and immersion-breaking. Fortunately, there are some possible solutions that you can try to fix this problem.


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Cause of the Problem




The most likely cause of the invisible hands problem is a mod conflict. Some mods may alter the meshes or textures of the character's body parts, such as hands and feet, and cause them to disappear or become corrupted. This can happen especially if you install or uninstall mods without following the proper instructions or using a mod manager. Some of the mods that have been reported to cause this issue are:



  • Immersive Armors by hothtrooper44



  • Better Males by Chris57 and FavoredSoul



  • Unique Flowers & Plants by sa547




However, this is not an exhaustive list and other mods may also cause this problem. To find out which mod is causing the conflict, you will need to do some troubleshooting.


Possible Solutions




Here are some possible solutions that you can try to fix the invisible hands problem:



  • Use a mod manager. A mod manager is a tool that helps you install, uninstall, and manage your mods. It can also detect and resolve mod conflicts, as well as backup your game files. Some of the most popular mod managers for Skyrim are Nexus Mod Manager (NMM), Mod Organizer (MO), and Vortex. You can find them on the Nexus Mods website. If you are not using a mod manager, you should start using one and follow the instructions on how to install and use it.



  • Disable or uninstall the conflicting mod. If you know which mod is causing the problem, you can try disabling or uninstalling it. To do this, you can use your mod manager or manually delete the mod files from your Skyrim data folder. However, be careful when doing this, as some mods may require additional steps to uninstall properly. You should always read the mod description and follow the instructions provided by the mod author. Also, make sure to backup your game files and save files before making any changes.



  • Reinstall or update the conflicting mod. Sometimes, the problem may be caused by a corrupted or outdated version of the mod. In this case, you can try reinstalling or updating the mod to fix the issue. To do this, you can use your mod manager or download the latest version of the mod from its source. Again, make sure to follow the instructions provided by the mod author and backup your game files and save files before making any changes.



  • Change the load order of your mods. The load order is the order in which your mods are loaded by the game. It can affect how your mods work and interact with each other. Sometimes, changing the load order of your mods can fix some conflicts and issues. To do this, you can use your mod manager or a tool like LOOT (Load Order Optimisation Tool). LOOT can automatically sort your load order based on some rules and recommendations. However, it may not always be accurate or up-to-date, so you should always check the mod description and follow the instructions provided by the mod author.



  • Use a console command. As a last resort, you can try using a console command to fix the invisible hands problem. To do this, you need to open the console by pressing the tilde () key on your keyboard. Then, type in one of these commands:




  • player.modav invisibility 0: This command sets your character's invisibility value to zero, which should make your hands visible again.



  • player.setav invisibility 0: This command sets your character's invisibility value to zero permanently, which should also make your hands visible again.



  • player.setav invisibility -1: This command sets your character's invisibility value to negative one, which should make your hands visible again and prevent them from becoming invisible again.




After entering one of these commands, you can close the console by pressing the tilde () key again. However, be aware that using console commands may have some unintended consequences or side effects, such as breaking quests or achievements. You should only use them as a last resort and backup your game files and save files before doing so.



Conclusion




The invisible hands problem is a common issue that many Skyrim players face. It is usually caused by a mod conflict, but it can be fixed by using one of the possible solutions mentioned above. However, the best way to prevent this problem from happening is to use a mod manager and follow the instructions provided by the mod authors. We hope this article has helped you fix the invisible hands problem and enjoy Skyrim more.


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