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mysticdreams 262Posts Tuesday November 18, 2008Registration date January 28, 2010Last seen - Latest answer on Dec 23, 2012 04:20PM
Hello,
Usually my saved games are in my documents in windows xp but i am on dual boot with vista but i can't find them... Where are my saved games in vista?
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C:\Program Files\Ubisoft\Ubisoft Game Launcher\storage

Assassin's Creed 2 game save locatinon...

fred- Jul 14, 2010 05:08AM
thanks! i got it all done
Shahnewaz- Aug 6, 2010 04:57AM
Thanks
gulaman- Dec 13, 2012 01:50PM
Many thanks!
Nick- Dec 23, 2012 04:20PM
Super thanks .
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Very easy just go to ubisoft/ubisoft game launcher/storage/BjH23D"on evry computer this is diffrent"/4 and there are your save games

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hi,
if you have made two partitions (one for XP and the other for Vista) you will have to search for it in the drive which contains XP.

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you have to first unhide the hidden folder cfom control panel. Then in appdata open the roaming and search for EA games. there you go you found it. I hate Vista. Its hard to play games on it.

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-(The drive you have Vista on)
-users
-(whatever name you named your computer with)
-Saved Games
-Microsoft Games

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I believe that in...

Double-click on C:
Double-click on the users folder
Double-click on a folder that has your Windows username
Double-click on the AppData folder
Double-click on the Local folder
Double-click on the Activision folder
Double-click on the CoDWaW folder
Backup the Players folder to a safe location

But I'm not sure.

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