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Windows 7: Game command line parameters

13 Aug 2009   #1
MelFranks

Windows 7
 
 
Game command line parameters

I simply want to add the -nointro parameter to my BioShock game shortcut.
I go to the shortcut, then properties, but where I think it should be added, similar to what XP looks like, is greyed out (the word "BioShock").
What do I need to do? I'm new to Windows 7, coming from XP.

Thanks,

Mel


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13 Aug 2009   #2
holo88

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

try adding it to the bioshock.exe instead. dont know if it will work, but its worth a try.

e/g bishock.exe -nointro
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13 Aug 2009   #3
stormy13
Microsoft MVP

Win 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

If that doesn't work you can go to,

C:\Users\Your Name\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\GameExplorer

and find the folder that contains the shortcut for the game (have to go through them all till you find it though), and add it to the properties there.
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