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Transfer Game To Cd

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#1 cotton


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Posted 07 December 2007 - 10:41 AM

i have to clean up my sons h/drive we have multiple games we downloaded and payed for i would like to put them on cd's
so he has more room on his h/drive.the games have been installed and executed they have folders in my programs folder.
could someone give me a step by step procedure for this also can i put more than1 game on each cd.any help will be
greatly appreciated. thank you in advance.

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#2 Ready2roll


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Posted 07 December 2007 - 01:28 PM

First off, all you need to do if round up the Installation file that you downloaded for the game, and the CD key(If neccesary) and put em both in a folder. Once you do that just put and burn them to a CD and you should be fine. Once you do that, you can delete what you downloaded and that should get a chunk of data off your sons HD that is un-needed. Just in-case you ever have to re-install the game, having everything on a CD would help out, it does save a lot of time not having to download old files :D
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