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    Poll: People think the PS4 is better because it has...

    People think the PS4 is better because it has more powerful hardware.

    Unfortunately, they're retarded because in gaming consoles hardware means nothing.
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    Yeah just looked it up, you are correct. I was...

    Yeah just looked it up, you are correct. I was thinking of hard links.
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    You can't use mklink accross storage volumes. Two...

    You can't use mklink accross storage volumes. Two different filesystems, and symbolic links exist in the filesystem.

    Unless I have misunderstood the mklink tool.

    Anyway, we've already resolved...
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    No one here gives a blue fuck about where you...

    No one here gives a blue fuck about where you post your shit if you have > 10 posts. Plus infractions literally mean nothing. I've gotten like 6.
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    K I'm assuming that Steam was installed on D...

    K I'm assuming that Steam was installed on D then.

    This should work, but I won't make any promises. It assumes steam is at:
    D:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steam.exe
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    D:\Program...
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    I'm looking at the source code right now, and it...

    I'm looking at the source code right now, and it makes direct references to the C drive.
    Antipathy what drive are you using. Easiet fix is to just replace the references to C
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    I was going to suggest you use mklink to create a...

    I was going to suggest you use mklink to create a symbolic link, but you can't do that accross storage volumes so you're basically screwed. TBH It probably isn't that hard to reverse engineer and...
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    That's a call stack. All I can get from it is...

    That's a call stack.

    All I can get from it is that you clicked a button on a form, that caused the form to try and open (and execute via the windows shell) a file that it isn't referencing...
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