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As far as I know, neither Skyrim nor steam have any direct options to do this. As a workaround, you could use the Skyrim Script Extender to launch the game. You can add the SKSE to your steam library as a non steam game, then change the tile to the one from Skyrim and hide the original Skyrim in a Category.


Go to your Skyrim installation folder. The folder is usually under "C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\skyrim\data" or "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\skyrim\data" depending on your system. In the folder, there should be two executable files named "SkyrimLauncher" and "TESV". Rename "SkyrimLauncher" to "Launcher". Rename "TESV" to ...


My guitar teacher taught me the best way to coil the cables for electric guitar and amplifier cables (any tear in the inner copper wiring can create artifacts in the sound) so i use it all the time now, on any type of cable. For starters I need to point out that any wire has a natural resting position, colied at a specific arc. That's because the materials ...


You can copy/rename the files so that the real game executable is named SkyrimLauncher.exe Works for me.


It's currently only possible to use them wired through microUSB (it uses a proprietary wireless solution, and not the same one as 360). You need special drivers, which will either be distributed over Windows Update or you can snag them directly from Major Nelson's official site.


I developed my own method of coiling any cable with minimal effect on the cables integrity, this is from experience as in IT Technician. I used to leave a small loop of the wire at the start where it meets the controller inside this would stop any tugging on the plastic of the controller I then rapped it round the pad alternating between each of the ...


One of the best ways, and one which i personally use is to tie the wires with a bendable wire, the ones you get with your ear/headphones. They keep the wires in check and help reduce wear and tear of the same. Hope this helped!


Main Missions are denoted by either M or F on your map (and another letter later in the game, I don't want to spoil you). By doing these missions you will inevitably advance in the story. Sometimes they take some time to pop up due to daytime or just because you haven't fulfilled a prerequisite such as having a phone conversation. But these prerequisites ...

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