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Hi, I just dowloaded SKSE64 on to a brand new PC, literally only 48 hrs old, with nothing on it, except Windows 10, Trend Micro, WoW and Battlenet, Steam and Skyrim SE, and when I try to launch Skyrim via the SKSE loader I get the following errors:

 

The code execution cannot proceed because X3DAudio1_7.dll was not found. 

 

The code execution cannot proceed because XINPUT 1_3.dll was not found. 

 

The code execution cannot proceed because d3dx9_42.dll was not found. 

 

Each message followed by the suggestion reinstalling may fix, but it hasn't. 

 

 

Has anyone had this issue? I have no idea what any of it means, as I am no coder, but I downloaded the correct SKSE, unzipped it correctly, moved the correct contents to the correct Skyrim folder (by getting to them via the information tab on Steam and opening the pathway to the folders, so I know it's the right folder), everything looks like it should in the screenshots in tutorials about installing SKSE, and yet something seems to be borked. 

 

If anyone knows a fix, please help. 

 



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Did you try starting Skyrim / Skyrim SE from Steam?

There are some files from Microsoft's Visual Studio / Visual C++ that need to be installed for Skyrim to work. Usually this happens on the first start of the game. After this very first start you should be able to run the game with the SKSE launcher.



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Ohhhhh so try run it once without SKSE??? OK I'll give it a shot!!!! 

 

THANK YOU. 



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THANK YOU!!!! THAT WORkED!!!!!!

 

Thanks so much mate. Greatly appreciated. 



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Glad it works now. You're welcome. :cool:



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Did you try starting Skyrim / Skyrim SE from Steam?

There are some files from Microsoft's Visual Studio / Visual C++ that need to be installed for Skyrim to work. Usually this happens on the first start of the game. After this very first start you should be able to run the game with the SKSE launcher.

You must also first launch the game from the Steam launcher to create the ini files, Skyrim.ini and SkyrimPrefs.ini without which your game tools and mod manager will not function properly.



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Yu

 

 

Did you try starting Skyrim / Skyrim SE from Steam?

There are some files from Microsoft's Visual Studio / Visual C++ that need to be installed for Skyrim to work. Usually this happens on the first start of the game. After this very first start you should be able to run the game with the SKSE launcher.

You must also first launch the game from the Steam launcher to create the ini files, Skyrim.ini and SkyrimPrefs.ini without which your game tools and mod manager will not function properly.

 

yup, did it, and now SKSE works to launch it. 






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