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Best Answer phazer11 , 21 August 2014 - 01:36 PM

Install Mod Organizer via the installer to the drive you want it to be on and then just copy the Mod Organizer folder (an actually copy-paste) from the drive it's on now to the drive you just installed MO on. Check to make sure it works before deleting your current Mod Organizer setup though. I think that's how it's done anyways.

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Posted 21 August 2014 - 01:31 PM

I have MO installed in G: drive and wanted to move it to D: (SSD).

 

I currently have STEP installed and set up and don't want to lose all the configuration and having to install again.

 

How do I proceed?

 

I have noticed the backup option but I don't know if it's enough and where I locate the backup to restore later.


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Posted 21 August 2014 - 01:36 PM   Best Answer

Install Mod Organizer via the installer to the drive you want it to be on and then just copy the Mod Organizer folder (an actually copy-paste) from the drive it's on now to the drive you just installed MO on. Check to make sure it works before deleting your current Mod Organizer setup though. I think that's how it's done anyways.



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Posted 21 August 2014 - 08:44 PM

Install Mod Organizer via the installer to the drive you want it to be on and then just copy the Mod Organizer folder (an actually copy-paste) from the drive it's on now to the drive you just installed MO on. Check to make sure it works before deleting your current Mod Organizer setup though. I think that's how it's done anyways.

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Working perfectly :)


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