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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim New LAA Workaround

Skyrim Nexus offers a new way to make The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Large Address Aware, allowing systems to make use of an entire 4GB virtual memory address space when playing Bethesda's RPG sequel. This follows the patch that's been widely reported elsewhere since being mentioned here last night that broke the previous LAA awareness hack. Word is: "Skyrim4GB additionally hooks and replaces the Windows GetTickCount() function that may improve stuttering."

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31. Re: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim New LAA Workaround Nov 22, 2011, 21:01 MonkeySpank
 
This is a simple VStudio linker command-line parameter linker fix in "/LARGEADDRESSAWARE". I wish Bethesda and other companies started actually compiling the code in 64-bit. They'd benefit from the performance and the addressing limits they are missing out on today. I understand they have legacy code, but this is not an enormous effort. Time to stop kicking the can down the road guys.  
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