How To Save Your Game Data When You Change Hard Drives

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mdahlke4@gmail.com

Why make it so complicated? And who doesn't have a 2nd Physical drive? 

I have a 160GB WD ATA drive (E: )  that i have dedicated to Steam/HL, HL2,  mods, add-ons,  steam games, etc

Dont have to transfer a thing except moving the drive from my current pc to my next pc.

Its all local. NO DL. no wasted bandwidth. No burning dvd's. NO "clouds".

 

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flo21

savegamebackup.net

Easy as pie

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someuid

Hey Brad, that image of GameKey Reveler has something wrong with it.  I can't read everything.

Can you repost that image for us?

Thanks.  >:-)

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Brad Chacos

Done! If you still can't make it out, it must be some sort of problem on your end...

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Modroneman

I use GameSave Manager to backup all of my save files. Havn't lost a game save yet (knocks on wood). I keep my steam games on a seperate harddrive so that when I need to do a complete OS wipe, I don't have to worry about reinstalling steam.  Great info tho!

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acidic

ive lost 1 game save and it was gears of war. that really sucks cuz now i gotta beat it all over again to enable insane mode again. and as for the steam games thing, i have my steam folder on another hard drive too. i dont see why people think it has to be on your c: drive and you have to reinstall every game with each os install. thats just nuts

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nmanguy

But the C drive is usually the fastest drive. I know I don't use my Velociraptor for backup duty.

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acidic

why not just use this ?  http://gsm.duncsweb.com/

ive used it for awhile and it has support for alot of games. it can backup and restore game saves VERY easily

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rct3

hello,
im looking for a way to save my saved games for roller coaster tycoon 3 onto either a disc or hard drive so that when i re format my laptop i can get the games back as my laptop needs re formatting but i dont want to loose any of my saved games, and i was just wondering if this website would work for this, please reply back to me asap,
thanks.

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