Vortex Uninstall All Mods
It seems that there are many users who have difficulty uninstalling programs like Vortex from their systems. Some experience issues during uninstallation, whereas other encounter problems after the program is removed.
Vortex Uninstall All Mods
Vortex mod manager is a massive open-source mod manager that allows you to download, install and manage different mods for your games with an easy to use interface. It supports quite many games and is available for download on Windows 7, 8 and 10 along with support for Windows XP as well.
This application can work for all kinds of mods, the ones that you download from nexus mods (recommended) and ones you download from some other sources. Although due to its close integration, it works best with nexus mods.InterfaceThe Vortex interface is pretty straight forward. But before we move on, we need to log into the Vortex desktop application. The easier way to do it is to log in first on your default browser and then log in to the Vortex.
Before we start installing the mods, we need our mod manager to manage our games by changing the paths of games and mods. Some mods can only be deployed if the game and mods share the same drive. Once you have set the directory of mods in the same drive as your games, you should see the option of Hardlink Deployment, make sure that it is selected.
Now you need to enable your mods. You can do so by clicking enable from the immediate pop-up message after installation or by simply going to the MODS tab and clicking on the grey button of your newly installed mod which should turn green. You can also verify your mods by going to the Plugin tab.
Once you add your file, it will be listed as Never Installed. Before you install it, you have to disable your previous mods by clicking on the green enable button.
While we appreciate that making a really good mod list can be a lot of work, we do not feel that such a list of mods and/or instructions can or should be something that can be owned the same way, for example, a 3D asset or music track can. When you upload your collection to Nexus Mods, you agree that the list itself, and the associated metadata (summary, description, instructions) is released to the public domain. Within the context of our site that means that anyone will be allowed to create a similar or near-identical collection or use your collection as a base for a new one etc.
That being said, please note that the inclusion of a mod in a collection, in general, is merely a reference similar to including a mod in a list of mods recommended for a specific gameplay experience (e.g. Top 10 Best Magic Mods).No one can enforce whether others can or cannot include their mod in a mod list, and we believe that the same should apply for a Nexus Mods collection - which is ultimately only a list referencing various mods.
A collection is considered Adult Content in the context of our Adult Content Guidelines as soon as one or more mods contained therein are considered NSFW/Adult or (in rare cases) if the combination of mods in the collection results in a mod setup that would be deemed Adult in regards to our guidelines.
When a collection includes one or more mods that are classified as adult content, it will automatically pick up on the tags and mark the entire collection as adult. Please note that once a collection is marked adult, all current and future revisions - regardless of the mods included being or not being adult mods - will remain marked as an adult collection.
As a curator, it falls onto you to handle the mods referenced in your collection in a respectful manner. The collection name, description, media, as well as notes/instructions may not be used in a way that could be construed as disrespectful to the mod author(s) of the mods in your collection.
Acknowledging the delicate relationship between mods and collections, we ask that collection curators do their best to prevent any additional workload for mod authors as a result of their work being part of a given collection.
In regards to troubleshooting, referring users to the mod authors or mod pages of the mods contained in your collection may only occur if the mod author(s) in question have explicitly agreed to provide support for users of your collection.