I have done the same thing and can now use the original [no skse] or just use the steam install,best of both worlds,and I can proberly copy mods across later and get them working in the copied skyrim folder.
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".
I've been searching for command lines (I'm assuming that's how one forces steam loader with SKSE) but have come up dry. I'm baffled as to what to do short of resorting to finding a crack and bypassing Steam all together. I'd rather not do that. Playing (and having to restart) the game without mods seems equally unreasonable.
I attempt to fire up Skyrim using the SKSE launcher within MO. A pop up box appears on the desktop. The top bar of this box reads "start steam?" The box says "Steam is required to be running already to correctly start the game. Should MO start Steam now?"
The launcher often shows errors like Error loading page. It is possible to bypass the launcher by editing the games startup configuration ~/.local/share/Steam/steamapps/common/Sid Meier's Civilization VI/Civ6 and changing the line ./GameGuide/Civ6 to ./Civ6Sub.
So I've recently got Skyrim including DawnGuard and update 1.7, but I've got a problem, whenever I click play in the launcher or try running it via TESV.exe, it gets me to a blackscreen, which I can only get rid of by restarting my pc or open Task manager with CTRL+ALT+DEL and close it. Note that I have got a no-steam version (though I did try launching it via steam once, same results) and I have Windows 7 Ultimate, before re-installing windows 7 Ultimate, I never had this problem. My graphics card drivers are all up to date and yes, Skyrim detects my Nvidia 310M. Any help would be greatly appreciated! 2b1af7f3a8