This table works with the assumption that the default 75° is optimal for screens with the 5:4 aspect ratio.
Use Fast Exit.
A yellow triangle means the mesh the game detected is used there was not found in the appropriated path this can be due to one of the following reasons:
Use Wrye Bash or Oblivion Mod Manager for installation of mods instead of manual installation.
Run LOOT to fix this issue.
Bethesda Game Studios is known for its extensive mod support, and Oblivion is no different. Oblivion mods can be found at Oblivion Nexus or Planet Elder Scrolls.
Wrye bash and Oblivion Mod Manager are two utilities used for managing mods, Wrye Bash supports mods packed as .7z, while Oblivion Mod Manager offers a more easy to use format called .omod. Both utilities are used to install and uninstall mods, and ensure that mods are installed correctly.
LOOT is a plugin load order optimiser for TES IV: Oblivion, and other Bethesda games such as TES V: Skyrim, Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. It is designed to assist mod users in avoiding detrimental conflicts, by automatically calculating a load order that satisfies all plugin dependencies and maximizes each plugin's impact on the user's game.
Oblivion Script Extender is a utility that extends the script capabilities of vanilla Oblivion, allowing modders to better take advantage of the engine. Most mods require this utility, and installation instructions are included in a README, when you download it.
Nexus Mod Manager can manage mod downloads from Oblivion Nexus and automatically install them.
TES4Edit can clean .ESP files from "dirty edits" which are essentially errors made by original mod authors that can cause incompatibilities and prevent other .ESP's features from working.
Fast Exit prevents the game from crashing upon quitting and saves the .INI file before exiting the game so settings do not reset to their initial values upon exiting and restarting the game.