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Ts 2020 Reinstall

Discussion in 'PC Discussion' started by Dougal, Jan 15, 2020.

  1. Dougal

    Dougal Member

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    Hi, TS 2020 was installed on my C drive SSD with 240 GB which I have discovered is not enough when you start to add third party items. Therefore I copied all the files to my D hard drive. Uninstalled the game and reinstalled the game on the D drive of my PC. How can I now get all my previous add on's installed on the fresh install? Also when I had ago at installing a new add on route / asset, at install it picked up the D drive Railworks folder for installation. After loading TS 2020 to play the route / asset is not there? All help would be very much appreciated.
     
  2. thearkerportian

    thearkerportian Well-Known Member

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    Wrong forum.
     
  3. LT586

    LT586 Well-Known Member

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    If moved, i'll just say this here, SSDs I've heard aren't quite up to par yet - They sound good but they're suitable for the main boot drive and keep the games on a large HDD only.

    Having the system on an SSD is much better as more often than not, Windows' executables are doing something that completely bricks the HDD
     
  4. Thorgred

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    ssd not up par?

    i have only ssd in my pc nothing wrong with it
     
  5. Jeannot41

    Jeannot41 Well-Known Member

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    Me too, and no problem
     
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  6. Digital Draftsman

    Digital Draftsman Well-Known Member

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    Aside from the price and limited number of read/write operations, SSDs are in my experience much better than HDDs in all other respects.
     

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