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How do I manually add an EXE? (BUG?)


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Hi, when I try to drag in an exe (skse_loader.exe for Skyrim) I'm told to either drag the exe into the window or use the add button. This window pops up even if I try to add it with the add button so nothing works.

 

Does anyone have any ideas how to fix this?

 

 

Edit: I'm using the steam version of Skyrim.

 

Thanks

Childofthetao

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Hi childofthetao,

 

Thanks for your feedback.

 

For the issue you mentioned, please try the method by masterblaster. It should be helpful. Thanks masterblaster's warmhearted reply. Cheers.:-D

 

That's what I have been trying, it just won't accept it. I've tried the exe itself and a shortcut.

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That's what I have been trying, it just won't accept it. I've tried the exe itself and a shortcut.

 

Sorry I misunderstood what was said. If I create a shortcut from Steam it will work, but i can't play the game from that shortcut to the games launcher or the games main exe, i need to use skse_loader.exe (which Steam doesn't create the shortcut to). Why won't it let me do it?

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Sorry I misunderstood what was said. If I create a shortcut from Steam it will work, but i can't play the game from that shortcut to the games launcher or the games main exe, i need to use skse_loader.exe (which Steam doesn't create the shortcut to). Why won't it let me do it?

 

I play mostly Steam games but not this one. I do know when Steam creates a shortcut to a game, it is not just a shortcut to the EXE. I think for example for Left 4 Dead 2 the shortcut references to game 220 (I am at work and don't remember the exact syntax).

Why not just run Gamebooster, then run your game from Steam?

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I play mostly Steam games but not this one. I do know when Steam creates a shortcut to a game, it is not just a shortcut to the EXE. I think for example for Left 4 Dead 2 the shortcut references to game 220 (I am at work and don't remember the exact syntax).

Why not just run Gamebooster, then run your game from Steam?

 

I do, but sometimes I forget to enable or disable GB.

 

I'm just going to find the old (red) version of GB, much less buggy, never had a problem with it.

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