Functional displays fallout 4

Show Off Your Loot: A Guide to Functional Displays in Fallout 4 Have you ever delved into a vault only to find a cache of legendary weapons which deserve being displayed? Perhaps you’re a bobblehead fan with a thriving collection?

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 Fallout 4 although amazing, has no built-in display system to display your treasures that you’ve worked hard for. Don’t worry, wastelanders, because this blog post will take you through the universe of Functional Displays!

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What are Functional Displays?

Functional Displays is an amazing Mod (or mod) to Fallout 4 that adds a variety of racks, display cabinets stands, and models in the game. By using this modification, you’ll transform your towns from outposts that are merely utilitarian to rooms that rival a warlord from the desert.

Before You Start

Functional Displays can be described as a PC only mod, which means console users aren’t able to enjoy this mod. To run mods you’ll require a program known as Nexus Mod Manager (NMM). NMM simplifies the process of installing and makes sure that everything is running smoothly. Download and install NMM following the instructions on the official website Nexus Mods:

Installation Steps

  1. Download the Mod: Head over to the Functional Displays page on Nexus Mods Select on the “Download (Manual Download)” button, and choose an option to download (NMM is suggested for those who are new to the game.).
  2. Install using NMM: Open NMM and select ” Add Mods…” in the menu at the top. Open the file you downloaded and click it. NMM will manage the installation.
  3. activate the Mod Within NMM, click on the checkbox next to “Functional Displays” and click “Activate” in the bottom left corner.

Using Functional Displays

Once installed After installation, once installed, Displays creates new craftable items in your workshop menus within the subcategory “Furniture > Misc.” Here’s a brief overview of a few of the displays that you can make:

  • Armoires for Weapons Showcase your most prized weapons and melee weapons on wall-mounted shelves for various sizes.
  • Display Cases Showcase your bobbleheads, alien guns or unique chemistry in safe glass cases.
  • Armor Mannequins Make mannequins look more stylish by dressing them in the most stylish armor, with legendary effects, in the event that the mod is patched (see ” Additional Notes” below).
  • Cabinets and Shelves: Organize your chems or grenades as well as other things of a different kind on neatly organized cabinetry or shelves.

Additional Notes

  • Functional Displays has a broad selection of options, so take a look at the options for crafting the ideal display to showcase your possessions.
  • Certain mods might be incompatible with Functional Displays therefore make sure you check the description of the mod for compatibility details.
  • There’s a popular patch for Functional Displays called “Functional Displays Redone” that fixes some display limitations and allows legendary effects to show on mannequins.

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It’s frustrating to discover the Functional Displays mod isn’t functional on Fallout 4. Below are troubleshooting suggestions to bring those treasures in the spotlight:

Common Causes and Solutions:

  1. Mod Conflict Functional displays can occasionally conflict against other modifications, especially ones that modify settlement objects or the lighting. Try disable other mods one at a time one to determine if the problem persists.

  2. Incorrect Installation: Double-check your installation using Nexus Mod Manager (NMM). Verify that it was downloaded from a reliable site (Nexus Mods is highly recommended) and then followed the steps to install it correctly using NMM.

  3. corrupted files: Sometimes, mods could be damaged during download or installation. Try downloading again Mods Functionally Displays Functional Displays mod and reinstalling it using NMM.

  4. Modification or Patch that is out of date: The original Functional Displays mod may be incompatible with the latest Versions that are available in Fallout 4. Consider using the “Functional Displays Redone” patch [] (not downloadable directly through NMM). This patch corrects bugs and enhances compatibility.

  5. Conflicting Meshes There are reports of a particular issue with the meshes folder of Functional Displays causing crashes. Here’s a solution you can try:

    • The folder for Functional Displays is located within the Data folder (usually found within “My Games\Fallout 4”).
    • Within within the “Meshes” folder, delete all folders with the exception of one called “Functional Displays.” This will remove any unnecessary data which could cause problems.

Additional Tips:

  • Check the Game Cache Integrity In Steam, right-click on Fallout 4 on your library. choose “Properties” > “Local Files” > “Verify Integrity of Game Files …” This ensures that the game’s files base are operating in a correct manner.
  • Start an entirely new save: In rare cases an infected save file may cause issues. Start a new save to see whether Functional Displays is working in that save.

If you follow these steps, you’ll be able identify and correct the problem using your Functional Displays mod. If you’re having difficulty try searching forums on the internet as well as the comment section on the mods site Nexus Mods for more specific solutions for your particular situation.

With the help of Functional Displays Your settlements will show your accomplishments as a warlord of the wasteland. Go forth, gather the loot and build an exhibit worthy of those who survived the Commonwealth!

Danny Sullivan