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Can't find where Skyrim is installed on my PC

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Skyrim would be installed under Steam, assuming that's what you're using.I'm not a PC gamer, but try the following:Program Files -> Steam -> Steamapps -> Common -> SkyrimIf that's not it, just reply to this topic and say so, and we'll continue to help you._____________You should also consider creating an account here; it comes with several benefits and will also make it easier to post questions and answers. It's completely free. :)

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