Windows 7 Upgrade Question...
I know this isn't the Microsoft forum - but you guys are a great community and I'm guessing someone will have some information, even you tech guys at Telltale. It's so hard to get answers from people on the Microsoft forums, you have different admins telling you different stories.
From XP to Windows 7, I know you have to format the drive that your OS is going on, I've come to terms with that. You have to install all of your applications that are on that drive, I understand that. Here is my issue: all of my games are on a separate hard drive. I understand the Windows 7 registry won't have those games in there anymore, but is there a way to get them to recognize those games without having to re-install everything that is on that separate drive again? In the past when I've formatted my C drive and reinstalled XP, I had to reinstall some games, but not all...and I have A LOT of games over there on that other drive - all my Telltale games, Steam (which has about 2 dozen games there)...plus some stragglers. Do any of you tech guys know about this issue, or what I can do?
As you can tell, I'm at my wits end about this. I want to upgrade (I've got awesome new hardware and I want to go 64 bit - plus $30 student deal from Microsoft for the upgrade). I can handle re-installing Office, Audaicty, AVG, Adaware, CCleaner - all those. But re-installing my games ...that would take a loooooooong time.
Any help or advice? And don't say "go Mac"...