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Best Answer Silent, 2 weeks ago

It sounds like you're using some mod, by default you shouldn't be having saves in here.

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Ah, there is one case where the game will fall back to storing savegames in data directory (although it looks like your registry would have to be pretty f*cked for that to happen)... You could try checking if User Files directory is created correctly with SilentPatch installed. It changes the way the game queries for Documents directory and I had people solving similar issues by installing SP. Go to the full post


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Posted 2 weeks ago

Hi,

 

I want to add my own music. But, I don't have a "GTA San Andreas User Files" folder in my documents.

I know that my savegames are stored in "Program files (x86)\Rockstar Games\GTA San Andreas\data" folder

 

How can I add music? I already tried to make a new "GTA San Andreas User Files" folder, but that didn't work.

 

Thanks in advance :)


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Posted 2 weeks ago   Best Answer Edited by Silent, 2 weeks ago.

It sounds like you're using some mod, by default you shouldn't be having saves in here.

EDIT:
Ah, there is one case where the game will fall back to storing savegames in data directory (although it looks like your registry would have to be pretty f*cked for that to happen)... You could try checking if User Files directory is created correctly with SilentPatch installed. It changes the way the game queries for Documents directory and I had people solving similar issues by installing SP.

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Posted 2 weeks ago

Alright I'll give it a try and let you know :)


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Posted 2 weeks ago

Dude... Thank you so much!!!! Not only do I finaly have a "GTA San Andreas User Files" folder in my documents, also a bunch of other bugs that I previously had are now fixed!

You're the best :)





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