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  1. astronomers visual pack, scatterer, real plume, engine lighting and 3.5 rescale. Most likely lighting / shadow / reflection related. Try taking out scatterer first, then real plume and then engine lighting (individually) to see which one makes the most impact. Then try a couple of them. Then all three. Could be that one isn't interacting well with the other, or they're competing for shininess and layering their effect on each other.
  2. I know a picture speaks a thousand words but in this case, five words in the title is not sufficient to identify a root cause or diagnose the problem Post a link to your log file (or KSP.log from your root KSP folder) List your installed mods (take a screenshot of your gamedata folder if it's easier) Tell us what KSP version you're using Alternatively, I will provide the best diagnosis I can based on the evidence available: It's broke, yo.
  3. Er, Steam has 1.6.1 listed as a beta option. If it's not available on the KSP website then I don't see any other legitimate options to refer you to. As for what you should do... depends on what your choice of mods supports better, I suppose.
  4. No individual mod support here I'm afraid, this is more for general issues related to mods. I couldn't find a 1.11 version of Andromeda to refer you to that thread - is it possible it's not updated to work on your KSP version?
  5. Lots of these in the logs: System.IO.FileNotFoundException: Could not load file or assembly 'BARISBridge, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' or one of its dependencies. File name: 'BARISBridge, Version=1.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=null' and this [ERR 17:08:56.749] AssemblyLoader: Exception loading 'WildBlueTools': System.Reflection.ReflectionTypeLoadException: Exception of type 'System.Reflection.ReflectionTypeLoadException' was thrown. at (wrapper managed-to-native) System.Reflection.Assembly.GetTypes(System.Reflection.Assembly,bool) at System.R
  6. Hi, This is a very common problem and 99% of the time it's down to b9 part switch not being installed correctly. I suggest you carefully reinstall it, or post a picture of your gamedata folder along with a link to your KSP.log file.
  7. Hi, I believe Scatterer impacts water graphics but there may be a setting to lower/disable it. You may want to check in with the scatterer mod, I think there's a config tool (and probably config files) you can check to see if there's an option for that (or try searching their thread):
  8. Those aren't the logs, but if you're using 100% stock you don't need to post in the modded forum. Either way, logs will be needed to find the cause - not a picture of your gamedata folder. Look for a KSP.log in your root KSP folder (the folder with gamedata, saves etc in it) - that usually contains enough information to start troubleshooting.
  9. Non-steam eh? You want to copy craft from one save to another, but you can't find the save file in explorer? The wiki says The manual installation is distributed in a zip archive. Depending on the operating system there is either KSP-win, KSP_linux or KSP-osx which contains the root directory of KSP. When this directory is extracted it can be placed anywhere, so this tutorial can't tell where to exactly find it. So that means "the root directory will be wherever you installed it". The saves folder should be inside that directory (saves). Your save games will be inside
  10. Something with shadows? For this thread's problem, though - Turn "celestial bodies generate self-shadows" off in settings. That usually does the trick.
  11. Hi, Please read below and then link to your logs. https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/83212-how-to-get-support-read-first/
  12. Hi, Please read below and link to your logs.
  13. Hi there, At first glance, you only have 8GB of RAM on your machine which seems a little low to run windows and KSP but should be fine, with minimal mods. No useful information in the logs, can you see if there's a unity crash dump please? If it's a unity crash, normally it will try to generate a crash dump when it's closing, so it's important that you let it close... "naturally" (i.e. if a unity window pops up with a kerbal icon and an exclamation/warning icon, let it do it's thing). You can find the crash dumps in C:\Users\<your username>\AppData\Local\Crash
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