1. Post #1
    Sasasing's Avatar
    May 2008
    832 Posts
    So that's it, my pc has 2 hard drives, C: and D:, C: is the main while I use D: to install and keep the big things (games, downloads...). So my pc was asking for a format screaming and I formated C:, everything went fine until I found out that all the apps I had installed on D: aren't detected by my pc, and that's a problem because I need to patch one game (Medieval II total war) and I can't.

    I could reinstall everything, but that would take long time and specially I haven't got the CDs of medieval, so is there any way to make your pc detect all what you have on the other hard drive?

  2. Post #2
    Gold Member
    Disarray's Avatar
    October 2006
    1,156 Posts
    The main problem is C: is where the registry entries are kept and that allows it to find where all your stuff is. I think the only way to fix this is to reinstall everything unless you can add the keys manually, and I haven't a clue how to do that.

  3. Post #3
    Sasasing's Avatar
    May 2008
    832 Posts
    I forgot to add that I can play the games

    Well I guess that sucks, I'll have to reinstall and all that, what annoys me is that I don't have the CDs for medieval, but I'll move my lazy ass.

    Thanks anyways for the answer