Apply the Morrowind intro skip.
The Morrowind Code Patch must be before the Exe Optimizer.
Some users have reported issues with crashes whilst installing or launching the game. This can often be put down to a conflict between the Macrovision SafeDisc encryption software packaged with the game, and specific background programs installed on your computer. Programs known to lead to this conflict:
In order to resolve this issue, the user should use the Ctrl+Alt+Del key combination, and end all running processes except Explorer and Systray (these are essential system processes).
However, the issue may also be caused by the following:
Turning down the music slider to its minimum often results in severe mouse lag, particularly indoors.
Some users who have installed both the Tribunal and Bloodmoon expansions separately have reported loading errors, which are caused by the expansions being installed in the wrong order. This can be resolved by installing Bloodmoon over the top of the existing installations, with no need to uninstall anything.
Users with ATI Radeon graphics cards often see a black sun during gameplay. This graphical anomaly can be resolved by installing the fan-made "ATI Card Sun Fix" mod. MGE XE also fixes it.
Use the Morrowind Code Patch to apply the "Alchemy name bug" fix.
Apply The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind fullscreen border fix.
Install the latest Patches to remove the incompatible SafeDisc protection from the retail version.
Many users have experienced issues with the game merely displaying a black screen past the main menu. There are two causes of this issue - their solutions are outlined below: