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  1. Fellow minions, I've been trying to get SKSE64 running for Skyrim SE. I have followed everything that Gopher explains in his installation videos but it isn't working. When I go to run the skse64_loader.exe i receive the following message: "The version of this file is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running. Check your computer's system information to see whether you need an x86 (32-bit) or x64 (64-bit) version of the program, and then contact the software publisher." Attempting to launch skse through NMM gives the same error, albeit worded differently. I am currently running windows 7, 64bit. I have tried fresh Skyrim installs, fresh skse installs, different skse builds, relocating the Skyrim folder to the same drive as the windows install. I have also googled and searched forums but I can't find any mention of this problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance
  2. I have searched the internet for an explanation on why MO suddenly will not execute an SKSE boot of Skyrim after having what I think was a corruption issue with one mod which I removed. MO can boot a vanilla Skyrim but issues a "failed to spawn "Mod Organizer": failed to start process (Access is denied. [5[). I searched several websites in which this particular problems was brought up, none having the cause or fix. I removed SKSE and reloaded using Gopher's direction in the No. 4 video for MO. This was installed on a Windows 10 Pro OS. I went so far as to ensure even though I have Administrator's rights on the Skyrim folder and that all subfolders and files also have full rights, I gave my user login full rights as well with no change. I didn't see any forum mention of the problem so I bring it up for you to consider. I'm out of ideas. Thanks guys. -dmz
  3. Hi. i was thinking to play skyrim again so i installed some mods also SKSE but when i was at the site of SKSE i saw that you can do it via steam. i tried it and it does work but maybe if Gopher can make an Update on his youtube for SKSE it will help others and ofcourse i want to know what he thinks of it. (sorry for my bad english..) Greetz, Ivar.
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