[SOLVED] PC doesn't recognize Steam after cloning.

May 1, 2019
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Hey, guys...I successfully cloned my 500 GB SSD to a new 2 TB SSD, but my computer doesn't know the path to the Steam folder. How do I get my computer to recognize that folder?
 

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The transfer was successful and Steam folder is intact.

The old drive designation was (D); the new one is (G). The Steam client is still located on my (C) drive.
Your Steam client is looking for D.
Change the drive letter.

Or, add the library on G

Steam games location
In the steam client:
Steam
Settings
Downloads
Steam Library Folders
Add library folder
 
May 1, 2019
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The Steam games live on the new 2TB?
Does it now have the same drive letter as the original drive the games were on?

Where is the Steam client?
The transfer was successful and Steam folder is intact.

The old drive designation was (D); the new one is (G). The Steam client is still located on my (C) drive.
 

USAFRet

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Moderator
Mar 16, 2013
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The transfer was successful and Steam folder is intact.

The old drive designation was (D); the new one is (G). The Steam client is still located on my (C) drive.
Your Steam client is looking for D.
Change the drive letter.

Or, add the library on G

Steam games location
In the steam client:
Steam
Settings
Downloads
Steam Library Folders
Add library folder
 

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