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Fluffegan

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  1. Thanks for the advice, it's a shame I'm going to have to start the download all over again :'0
  2. So my main hard drive on my PC is full, and I want to download Destiny 2, but whenever I try it says "not enough disc space". I am currently moving my steamapps folder to the second hard drive, and I have added a Steam Library Folder to the second hard drive. How do I make Destiny 2 download to the second drive?
  3. Both laptops have decent specs, but when choosing a gaming laptop you're always sacrificing one thing or another. I'm currently using a new Dell G3 15 (https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/gaming-and-games/dell-g3-15-gaming-laptop/spd/g-series-15-3590-laptop/gn3590dovbs) with decent overall specs but very poor battery life. Personally I think ROG laptops are overpriced, but I might be completely wrong. I have a friend who uses an ROG laptop in a much higher price class that I game with pretty often. My Dell G3 kept up with him in performance fairly easily, with a slightly worse display but that's a fair trade-off imo. Although ROG is probably the better option, I've heard some bad remarks about the keyboard on ROG laptops, but I'm not sure about the MSI. If you had to get one of the two, get the ROG. If you're willing to spend extra money, I think the best gaming laptops overall are Alienware (https://www.dell.com/en-us/gaming/alienware-laptops), if you don't mind dragging them around. I think Dell ships free for most countries as well. But it's up to you and your budget at the end.
  4. Yeah, I realized that after I did some research. Dumb of me. But will I have to reinstall my games is what I'm worried about.
  5. So I was running out of space on my system, and I copied all my steam data and games to my second hard drive. When I deleted all that data from the original drive I realized that some items had not been copied. I tried launching Warframe but of course it didn't. Before my mistake I was downloading Destiny 2. I was 67/83GBs complete. All my games are still on my desktop and I am currently reinstalling Steam. Will all my download progress from Destiny 2 be lost? And will I have to reinstall all my games?
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