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Windows 7: Tutorial review

09 Jan 2013   #11
sygnus21

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It also helps if you explain why you're doing certain things. Example: why am I doing steps 2-4? Am I to assume those steps fools steam into thinking the game is fully downloaded and doesn't need to further download an otherwise large file?
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3 - Now, we're going to fool steam into thinking it downloaded all of the files.
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and it has the answer to your question, if the question you meant was concerned with steps 2 and 4.
Yeah, that was my question, and you answered it. Good job, and thanks.

BTW I would add a note that if you don't touch the main Steam directory as I described earlier, you could just install the steam app and all your games will still be there without needing to be re-downloaded. Example, if you keep your games drive on a separated HD like I do.


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