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Importing installed PC Games


OrochiMishima
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The import windows games only imports games that are in the windows start folder, so if your game is not in there it won't get picked up. The easiest way to add them is manually, use the add button at the bottom right, in the add application browse to your .exe. Also make sure that you tell it the correct platform towards the top right of the window. Like this.

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I've seen others make shortcuts for all their games and put them in the same folder then import them from the folder using any emulator as a dummy then after import they use Ctrl+a to select all games and Ctrl+e to edit the emulator to null by choosing to edit the emulator and then leaving the emulator drop down blank close the wizard and you should be good to play.

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17 minutes ago, DOS76 said:

I've seen others make shortcuts for all their games and put them in the same folder then import them from the folder using any emulator as a dummy then after import they use Ctrl+a to select all games and Ctrl+e to edit the emulator to null by choosing to edit the emulator and then leaving the emulator drop down blank close the wizard and you should be good to play.

Yep that's another good way to do it.

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