Your games are typically located in your Program Files folder under the name of the company who made it. For instance, if I want to get inside my Neverwinter Nights 2 folder, I would go to start, computer, click on the C: drive then Program Files and look for an Atari folder which should contain the NWN 2 game folder.
C:\Program Files (x86)\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas
Delete the game files (instructions for default locations):Click the Start button and select My Computer.Select the Local Disk (C:) drive folder.Select the Program Files folder (Program files (X86) on 64-bit systems).Click on the Show Hidden Files option in you cannot see these files.Select the Electronic Arts folder if installed from the disk, or the Origin Games folder if installed via Origin..Right-click The Sims 3 Fast Lane Stuff folder and select Delete.
Program Files - EA Games - Sims 2 - Downloads If you don't have a "Downloads" folder, you can make one :)
You can have the saved games files from internet.Then you can cut and paste all the data in user files folder to other folder for backup.Then paste the downloaded file in the user files folder.
"C:\Program Files" for Windows XP, and I think* it's "C:\Users\*YOUR-USERNAME*\Program Files" So for example if you install Adobe Photoshop on Windows XP, it'll be found here "C:\Program Files\Adobe". And just like Photoshop, some other softwares or games that have company will be found in their compnay name's folder before them, for example: "C:\Program Files\id software\Quake 4\..." or "C:\Program Files\Valve\Left 4 Dead 2\..." And there are executables anf 'dll' and 'ini' and weird folders inside. Good luck.
If you mean saved games you can delete them from the WolfQuest 2 folder. The location of this folder depends on what operating system you use.Where to find your saved games:Windows: [Your Username]/My Documents/WolfQuest 2Macintosh: [Your Username]/WolfQuest 2
The default folder for Windows Vista and 7 is <drive>:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft, while on older windows platforms (ie: Windows XP) it is <drive>:\Program files\World of Warcraft.
go to My Documents/EA Games/The Sims 2 then create a new folder and name it "Downloads" put everything you download for the sims 2 into this folder.
Just put all the files that came with the mod into your C:\Program Files (x86)\EA GAMES\Battlefield 2\mods\bf2 but make shore you don't overwrite any of the files that came with your bf2 just go to the mod folder and say it says setting go in there and copy the all the files into C:\Program Files (x86)\EA GAMES\Battlefield 2\mods\bf2 setting
just copy the nes files to the Simulator folder in the memory card and run the games from the menu
# Well first you have to download a program to be able to open the files on your computer from the game and dump the mod into the program files.
You just have to add a folder named "Games" on the root folder then download .nds files which are the ds games. You put the nds files in your "Games" folder. A very popular nds ROM site: romulation.net To play the game on your R4, you just have to navigate to the "Games" folder and click your nds file, also when playing your first time, it will ask you to create a SAV file (a file that saves your process, stores data, don't worry, it is only 512 kb). Have fun!
The screenshot is automatically saved in a folder called "Screenshots" in your World of Warcraft folder. i.e for PC users: C:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Screenshots Windows Vista may store screenshots in alternate locations, such as: C:\Users\\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Screenshots or C:\Users\Public\Games\World of Warcraft\Screenshots
You need to download CC from sites like modthesims.info, and make a folder in your The Sims 2 folder (documents/ea games/the sims 2, not program files) called Downloads. Place the unzipped/unRARed file into your downloads. Note that downloading in-game CC like the Ford cars makes that folder automatically.
For downloading games to r4card on ds, you have to download roms and have to save it into a folder. After that you have to drag and drop the files in to your micro sd.
Certain sites offer them for free. Once downloaded, follow the instructions in the folder or copy paste the aircraft folder into the following directory: Program Fliles (32-bit)/Program Files(x86) (64-bit) Microsoft Games Microsoft Flight Simulator X SimObjects Airplanes and... paste!
Somebody deleted the folder with shortcut with your favorite games in it. You can find all your games in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Games
Touch an icon and hold on it, it will start to wiggle, drag it on top of another icon that you would like to have in the same folder, this will create a folder and a window will open showing the files in that folder. There will also be a text bar in the window so you can name the folder. Tap outside the window again and drag other icons into the folder. When finished press the home button and wiggling will stop.
C:\Documents\EA Games, then go to your sims 2 game folder, then downloads folder in that folder and open the zip file of the skin and take the class files and drag the contents in their.
I don't think there is a program but you can do some editing in files and get it to work.
Once you locate a game rom (a zipped game file of the exact files of the original games chipset), and if you've installed mame correctly, you place the unzipped file in the ROM folder the program created.
The first 3 monkey island games do not work on more recent operating systems. Fans of old LucasArts adventure games have developed the program ScummVM though, which allows you to play the old games. You will need to download the program, and then copy all the files from your Secret of Monkey Island CD into a folder. Then open ScummVM, click add game, choose the folder, and click search. It will find the game, and then you can load and play.
It is, well for most games but there might be exceptions To do so you must find your game folder (Like C:/ Program file/Microsoft Games/ Age of Empire, or whatever is your game) andthe you copy the entire folder in another folder in the same root folder. So if you wanna copy age of empire you copey the entire content of the "C:/ Program file/Microsoft Games/ Age of Empire" folder into a folder like "C:/ Program file/Microsoft Games/ Age of Empire Copy" and then you have a second instance of age of empire, to start that new instance just double click the .exe file that starts the game (usually in the "C:/ Program file/Microsoft Games/ Age of Empire Copy" folder" Don't know if it's clear but i did my best (English isn't being my first language :D)
no unless you install the program on a shared folder and connect to it over the network. Another but easy way is to use a computer files mover to help you. In this case, you can directly copy your files,software,games and settings to another computer without reinstalling http://how-convert.com/pcmover-transfer-programs-files-and-settings-to-a-new-pc.html