#3GSWarriors-(Topic Creator)Posted 12/2/2013 11:49:38 AM
any other way
#4ein311Posted 12/2/2013 12:28:40 PM
I suppose you could use the command prompt and do all of the link commands yourself, or you could just go the easy way and use steam mover.
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#5WyzeGyePosted 12/2/2013 12:39:47 PM
any other way
why the heck would you ask if there's another way when presented with the easiest method of doing what you're asking? --- http://pcpartpicker.com/b/GCJ http://youtu.be/AEKc-vNv_rU - updated 11/21/2013
#6electroflamePosted 12/2/2013 12:54:52 PM
From: WyzeGye | #005
why the heck would you ask if there's another way when presented with the easiest method of doing what you're asking?
Masochist, maybe? --- Could be worse, they could have been American givers and you would have been smothered in small pox. -fakenamefignuts on Indian-Giving. Steam ID: electroflame
#7KabtheMentatPosted 12/2/2013 1:03:07 PM
Be a man and redownload everything. --- Big Money. Big Women. Big Fun. Skillz Ferguson
#8sonic_man00Posted 12/2/2013 1:06:41 PM
Just move your whole Steam folder in Program Files to the SSD. --- I'd play more MMOs if there was no chat.
#9arleasPosted 12/2/2013 4:10:50 PM
From: sonic_man00 | #008
Just move your whole Steam folder in Program Files to the SSD.
If he's got a buttload of games that would probably be a bad idea... if he's got a really small SSD then that's probably a bad idea... Steam mover lets you move games individually without much hassle. I actually just use the commands because I'm a masochist that way.
If he's really against steam mover, he can reinstall some games to the SSD through steam... in that case I'd just copy the game folder somewhere else and then tell steam to uninstall the game, then tell it to reinstall to the SSD, after it starts downloading I'd quit out of steam, move the copied game folder over, restart steam and let it find all the files so the "Download" completes quickly.
That would work for the games that support being installed in custom steam folders...I don't have a list of which games do and don't work with that feature though. It's been a while so maybe they've got them all working properly now?
I think if steam has ever "converted your game files to a new format" then it works... --- http://astats.astats.nl/astats/astats_card_76561197969913402.png http://i.imgur.com/ByJEpRK.gif