Reset the save count?

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4 years ago#1
Is there any way to reset the save number?
I remember in oblivion you could delete them all then saves would start over at 1.
I know that this really doesn't matter I'm just OCD like that.
I'd like to start a new char at one point and have my old one's save always be number 1.
4 years ago#2
bump fast board
4 years ago#3
nope
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4 years ago#4
I even made a new character and it kept the save number going instead of starting at one....so consider this post a courtesy bump....
4 years ago#5
If you have a USB drive or memory unit.

1. Load your save from the HDD
2. Then plug in the USB drive
3. Save the game to the USB drive (will be save to slot 1)
4. Than on the dashboard move the save from USB to the HDD.

I'm also a organized freak. : )

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4 years ago#6
I've done this twice. You have to delete all the saves, even the autosaves. Skyrim will disappear from the Xboxs HDD. Then the saves will reset.
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4 years ago#7
well I guess eventually the integer would wrap around...
anyone down to save ~64,000 times to check? XD
4 years ago#8
Woot with the USB answer. Thank you! :D
I'll try that a bit later on.
4 years ago#9
aura_of_calm posted...
Woot with the USB answer. Thank you! :D
I'll try that a bit later on.


If you never used the USB on the 360, make sure you format it in the Dashboard first.

Also, load the save without the USB plugged in first. After you load the save then plug in the USB drive, the game will ask which storage unit you want. Then you can save to the USB.

For older Beth games, you could just press Y in the save menu to select the drive you want (iirc) instead of waiting to plug it in after loading.

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4 years ago#10
NeW_TitaN posted...
aura_of_calm posted...
Woot with the USB answer. Thank you! :D
I'll try that a bit later on.

If you never used the USB on the 360, make sure you format it in the Dashboard first.

Also, load the save without the USB plugged in first. After you load the save then plug in the USB drive, the game will ask which storage unit you want. Then you can save to the USB.

For older Beth games, you could just press Y to select the drive you want (iirc) instead of waiting to plug it in after loading.

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That's way too much work.

Go to the save file in the Xbox's HDD. Select it and click "Move". Move it to the flash drive. Go back and delete the autosaves.

Voila!

Seriously, why the extra work?
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