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Backing up steam s
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Important: Install Steam and log in to the correct Steam account (see Installing Steam for further instructions) Launch Steam. Click on "Steam" in the upper left corner of the Steam application. Select "Backup and restore games " Select "Restore a previous backup" Browse to the location of the game's backup files. First, launch Steam from the Start menu and select Library. Back-up your Steam games from the Library. To back-up your games from your local Steam library, right-click any one of the games downloaded to your machine. From the context menu that appears, select Backup Game Files. Manually copying the files out of Steam's game folder, then copying them back when you're ready to play again, is much faster and more.
7 May - 3 min - Uploaded by StikeTech computer or just want to find a way to backup on Steam in case something happens to your. Downloaded games and apps through Steam is usually a one-time occurrence, save for the occasional updates. It's a good thing, too, because. “I'm drowning in my game backlog! Is there any way to back up Steam games without waiting forever to download them again?” Thomas S.
Really, just copy the whole Steam folder. Would have to agree here. simply copying the data as is works a lot better than the Steam backup. Are you worried that your Steam games will have to be re-installed? There is a simple way to avoid all this. Steam allows you to back up your installed games so . For the Steam part of your question, you have two options: Use Steam's built in " Backup" functionality, as outlined here. Just copy the contents. Go to the folder where you want to create backup files (by default, files are stored in the following directory: C:\Program Files\Valve\Steam\Backups) and click Next. Choose a backup file name and file size for the media you plan to use. Click Next to start backing up your games.