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Lost planet 2 save data transfer

Discussion in 'Games' started by howdy4111, Jan 27, 2011.

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    How do you properly backup and then use save data from Lost Planet 2 on another computer or if I uninstall the game and want to play from where I left off at a later time.



    1st I backed up the entire folder from users>documents>my games>lost planet 2>

    ** I recieved an error that my save game data was corrupt once loading the game for the first time.

    (the backed up save data worked perfect before when I first played it.)

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    2nd attempt (after advancing in the game all over again) I tried backing up the same folder again from users>documents>my games>lost planet 2>

    AND the xlive folder from appdata>local>microsoft>xlive

    I copy both folders to the same folder locations after the game was installed again (2 months past) and absolutly no luck! I still get the same error "THE SAVE GAME DATA IS CORRUPT."

    IS THERE ANY OTHER FOLDER I NEED TO COPY OR BACKUP? I have searched google to no end and found nothing for the PC version.

    Please respond, any info would be greatly appreciated.

    PS. (I am not yelling with caps)
     
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