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Help Me Recover My Mods!!!

Discussion in 'Game Play Support' started by Tragicomicus2k14, Dec 6, 2014.

  1. Tragicomicus2k14

    Tragicomicus2k14 Unskilled Worker

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    I had a hard drive crash and I lost all my mods that I had built over the course of a few years. Could anyone upload their mods folder to Dropbox and post a link? It would be very much appreciated. The more the better. I had several gigs of mods.
     
  2. skullz613

    skullz613 Administrator

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    I'm guessing you mean mods you had downloaded and not made yourself. Pretty much all of the mods are available from the resource area. It's better to download them fresh so you get all the working/updated mods and not old ones that may cause you problems.
    I lost my external drive early this year and had to start my collection again. If there's ones you can't find then look for the Mystery packs that Icyhot posted in the resource center.
     
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    Tragicomicus2k14 Unskilled Worker

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    That's true. I'm just dreading it. I may have them backed up on my external hd. I have to get the mini usb Jack replaced before I can look.
     
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    What really annoys me is that my external drives PCB is the only thing that failed. The drive itself is OK. All I need is to find a similar drive and swap the PCB over and I then can access everything again.
    Hopefully you have backed them up. I do it all the time now. Every month I back as much as I can onto DVD discs.

    You could pull apart your external drive and plug the drive into your PC if you have a PC
     

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