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Transferring PGR2 save game

Discussion in 'General Video Gaming Chat' started by Stereo Steve, Apr 9, 2005.

  1. Stereo Steve

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    Further to my 'Banned' thread. I have now purchased a new xbox, fully unbanned and am in the process of putting the chip in it but retaining standard HDD. I have a PGR2 session to attend tonight but have run into a problem. My saved games and downloadable content are on the banned xbox.

    I can FTP into it but am not sure what I would need to copy onto the new box or how to go about it. Should I play PGR2 on the new box first so that it's installed and then copy certain files across or what?

    Anyone give me a step by step guide to do this via ftp?

    Your help would be much appreiciated. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Pooon

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    You won't be able to transfer you paris or longbeach booster packs. you will have to purchase those again. I would recommend starting a new game on your new xbox then transfer your old save. Unfortunately i don not knwo how it is done via ftp, or even if it can be done on a unmodded xbox. A memory card could be your only option.
     
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    The new box is modded so I can see all the folders via FTP on it. Just wondering where the save game data is stored so I can copy from my old box to PC and then onto the HDD of the new box.
     

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