Guest Mythos Posted July 16, 2011 Share Posted July 16, 2011 I were looking for a way for my new computer to get a few games on my SSD drive and the majority of games on my regular 2TB HD. This is the selution Iwe found. I HAVE NOT TRYED THIS MY SELF, IT MIGHT NOT WORK... it sounds like he wants to split the contents of steamapps, likely because he does not have a single drive able to house all the games, on the other hand, if the OP does have the room on the D: drive for ALL his Steam games, then, hey, @OP, listen to ReBoot, it's the easiest. If you do not have enough room on D: to hold all of your games, read on: Just install it, then install the game you want to move to the D: drive if it is not already installed, then move that folder to where you want it on the D: drive, when that's done, right click on the new folder you just moved to D: and select Pick Link Source, then go back into the C: drive back to the steamapps/common folder you copied from, and right click anywhere in the folder, and select, Drop as...Junction. So let's take an example: I want to install Torchlight to my D: drive. I would install Torchlight as normal to my C: drive, then once it is done downloading, I will go into my: C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common folder, and look for the folder named, 'torchlight', I would right click on it and select Cut, I would then navigate to my new place, let's make it D:\SteamGames and I would right click inside that D:\SteamGames folder, and select Paste, once that is done, I will then have D:\SteamGames\torchlight I would then right click on that D:\SteamGames\torchlight folder, and select Pick Link Source, then I would go back to my C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common folder, then right click in an empty area in the folder, select Drop as....then select Junction. You will now have a Junction in C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\ folder with a little link chain icon of sorts on it, named torchlight, you're done. You can do this with any existing game too. Tool here: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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