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The disk is just a way to bypass the encryption-lock to check if you physically have the game.
Regardless, no Blu-Ray will not make a difference whence you have installed the game on your PC.
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post #12 of 12
Just for information, Skyrim is a Steamworks game so it doesn't even require the disc in the drive to play. The disc is also just a DVD, not a Blu-Ray.
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