I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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josebraund
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I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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Good evening I wanted to ask please how can I save my Windows Live offline profile that I created as I am playing resident evil 5 and it only allows me to save the game but not the profile.


if I try to create another new profile on another computer using the saved data from resident evil 5 they come out corrupt I need the profile to be able to play with the old data.

The saved data does not work with a new profile. They need the original one. I hope I have explained it well and you understand me. Thank you.
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josebraund
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Re: I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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original correct record

https://image.prntscr.com/image/awARunV ... PzNDrA.png

I already discovered what the problem is, the program does not save the registry well for that reason my profile is not registered well.

Profile record saved and restored incorrect

https://image.prntscr.com/image/jHiGoou ... xrHmIg.png

please fix the bug I beg you.
josebraund
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Re: I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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Hello Goodnight. Does anyone have a solution or is it very difficult to help me?
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InsaneMatt
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Re: I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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You can modify the existing record via Custom GameSave Entries. Simply create an entry with the 'Games for Windows LIVE (GFW-L) Profile' name and it'll be populated with the 'official' entry. From there, you can append a 'Registry' ruleset to backup the registry data you require.
josebraund
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Re: I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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Good evening friend, excellent answer has helped me a lot.
I wanted to ask you two questions. The first one, do you recommend checking this option or leaving it unchecked?
(I'm going to use this data on another Windows 10 computer, but I have to be sure first.)

Which is the better of these two options to mark or not to mark?

https://prnt.sc/13c2zp8

https://prnt.sc/13c2uv6

2 ask which one do you recommend to save my games in the cloud
https://prnt.sc/13c3b2o
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InsaneMatt
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Re: I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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Those links aren't working for me, the webpage loads but 'hangs' while trying to display the image.
josebraund
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Re: I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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1 ¿Which is the better of these two options to mark or not to mark?

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2 ask which one do you recommend to save my games in the cloud

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InsaneMatt
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Re: I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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The checkbox in question specifies if the entire key's contents should be processed or just values you explicitly specifiy.

With regards to 'Cloud' options; the way GameSave Manager 3x detects them are extremely outdated (with the exception of FTP). As such, you should look at the 'Set a default Backup Directory' option (found within Task Specific -> Backup Settings).
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Re: I want to save the profile created from the game for windows live

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Hi, what could be the problem if I can not put a tick in the box, it just does not put, you know, it feels like it is blocked, is this some kind of glitch on my computer?
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