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    I need to do a clean install of my computer and in the process, am planning on formatting my hard drive. I've heard that the COD4 multiplayer profiles are saved locally on the computer. Would I be able to "save" my stats/unclocks/etc by copying the "players" folder from the current location and then copy it back after the fresh install? Is this the right location, or are there other files that it would require? Any insight would be great.
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    Well , im not sure, but just a suggestion. Backup the folder, delete the stuff inside, and see what happens? then put it back.

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    Yup, back up everything in your players folder and you will be fine. I already did it a few times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrlizardking View Post
    Well , im not sure, but just a suggestion. Backup the folder, delete the stuff inside, and see what happens? then put it back.
    Good suggestion, hadn't thought of that.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Forerunner View Post
    Yup, back up everything in your players folder and you will be fine. I already did it a few times.
    Thanks, Forerunner. I just realized I should have posted this in your COD4 thread so others could see it too.
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    Odd, I reformatted my C (windows) partition, and my D was left intact. But when I booted COD 4 (on my D partition), my profile had been deleted.
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    If this file is stored on your computer and not server side, wouldnt it be very susceptible to hacks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr._Kubelwagen View Post
    Odd, I reformatted my C (windows) partition, and my D was left intact. But when I booted COD 4 (on my D partition), my profile had been deleted.
    That's strange. When I reformatted my entire HD, I copied the "profiles" folders, as mentioned above, then copied it back in after installing COD4 again and all my old profile data was there.
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