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    New Computer, how to transfer programs?

    Good Morning,

    Just bought me a new gaming rig yesterday, and my question is, what is the best way to transfer all my gaming files/ programs over to new rig? I am hoping i don't have to re d/l all of WOW?

    (New computer) iBUYPOWER Gamer Extreme NE741i Desktop PC - Newegg.com

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    Originally Posted by bigjim View Post
    Good Morning,

    Just bought me a new gaming rig yesterday, and my question is, what is the best way to transfer all my gaming files/ programs over to new rig? I am hoping i don't have to re d/l all of WOW?

    (New computer) iBUYPOWER Gamer Extreme NE741i Desktop PC - Newegg.com

    Thanks
    Wow can be safely copy pasted to my knowledge, some other programs may require you to reinstall them though.

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    Everything regarding WoW is inside its dedicated folder. Just move it to your new comp, or if you already installed your old hard drive in the new machine, just start it there.
    Your just need to recreate a new shortcut to the wow executables, either Wow.exe or Wow-64.exe
    Your personal files are in the WTF subfolder of the WoW install.
    Enjoy your new machine!

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    Originally Posted by Cecu View Post
    Everything regarding WoW is inside its dedicated folder. Just move it to your new comp, or if you already installed your old hard drive in the new machine, just start it there.
    Your just need to recreate a new shortcut to the wow executables, either Wow.exe or Wow-64.exe
    Your personal files are in the WTF subfolder of the WoW install.
    Enjoy your new machine!
    yeah thats easy

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    what about your old save games ??

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    Originally Posted by waltsmith89 View Post
    what about your old save games ??
    Depends what OS you use, but any old save games can be saved. Some games have their own "path" like Baldur's Gate for example is:
    C: - Users - My Name - AppData - Local - VirtualStore - Program Files (x86) - GOG.com - Baldurs Gate - Save

    Usually in C:/users/"your account name"/my documents

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    Honestly, it would probably just be easier to install them fresh in case there are any dependencies (like registry, .net, etc).

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    All the encryption procedures are so complicated that most of the people won’t simply mess with that. Under this condition, we provide two decent options available for concealing your information. The first option is to use the GSM and mobile internet jammer, which will help block the related frequencies and thus hide you for a short period. However, the drawback is that you won’t be able to make or receive a phone call. Then the second option is to avoid storing private and valuable data on your portable devices, smartphone or tablet. Both of those are going to cut the functionality of your device, but will surely prevent data leaks.

    cell phone jammer device

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    Originally Posted by theepearered View Post
    All the encryption procedures are so complicated that most of the people won’t simply mess with that. Under this condition, we provide two decent options available for concealing your information. The first option is to use the GSM and mobile internet jammer, which will help block the related frequencies and thus hide you for a short period. However, the drawback is that you won’t be able to make or receive a phone call.
    This is the biggest stupid thing I've heard. Do you like to use new programs? Then take a normal VPN. This will protect you from extraneous negative attention and protect personal data. I can imagine what I'm talking about because I regularly use the best us online casino. Online games that require electronic transfers require increased attention to security. Sometimes, I use Bitcoin for transactions to be more anonymous.

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