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July 17th, 2011, 05:17
Get BOSS (Better Oblivion Sorting Software). It will make your life easier if you plan to use a lot of mods. It keeps a record of most mods and then sorts them for you in the best order. I've found it catches pretty much all but the most obscure or minor mods.

You can also use it in combination with Wrye Bash and make a Bash patch that merges aspects of various mods together. It takes a little reading to get the hang of it but once you do it's really quite easy to use.

There are also versions of BOSS and Bash for Fallout 3 and New Vegas incidentally.

*Edited to add if you are just using texture/mesh replacer mods they don't really need a load order, though you'd probably need to do the archive invalidation or use the archiveinvalidationinvalidated mod.

Unofficial bugfix mod, IIRC, is an esm and goes after the Oblivion, DLC and expansion esms.
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