It is not a matter of backing them up, but instead a matter of transferring them from a previous installation which was never synced with the cloud.
And my question is more for the matter of knowing what they store regardless.
If you don’t already know, you can look at the What this code does is give Steam the various new file locations for Source engine content, inside the .
This is useful if your graphics card is Direct X 9 capable, but a lot faster using only Direct X 8 (e.g. Multiply the desired Direct X version to use with ten. for Direct X 8.0 you would use The Steam Console Client or Steam CMD is a new tool to install and update dedicated servers using a command line interface.I have a multitude of files spread across my Steam folders, some of which I'm aware as to what they store, and some of which I'm asking this question for.I already know that game save files for loading progress are stored under Steam\Steam Apps\common\Half-Life 2\episodic\save as well as episodic\cfg but my question is about the files inside of Steam\userdata3425403160\Storage and it can be noted that for this example I'm using Half-Life 2 Episode 1 (steamid: 203160) inside of the storage folder there are the files "profile.dat","save1.dat","save2.dat", as well as the user's spray within the folder "\materials\" and a config file within "\cfg\".I have source sdk base 2007, re validated it twice, reinstalled, I reinstalled black mesa twice, countless restarts on steam and countless computer restarts. I managed to get the "could not load library client" error away a few times but then it just crashed during loading. qal29cacy88cayu Here is the MDMP Also, I can play other source games just fine. I was hoping to find the answer to this question somewhere, since it seemed so simple, and since Half-Life 2 and Episode 1 and 2 are such popular story driven games, but with no luck.