I recently got a new hard drive and was moving things back and forth through it to free up space on my original drive. I had moved the Epic Games folder onto the new drive, which had made the launcher assume that I had deleted the game from the original location, and made me redownload it. Now, I have it downloaded, I also have the old copy, which has the mods and edits to the files. Can I just replace everything in the new download with my old copy?
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Unintentionally reinstalled while transferring the game file onto a new drive.
I messed up one of my files trying to download a mod
Basically what happened was, there was a mod that required me to edit my global.gxt2 file, so I followed the steps (or so I thought) and extracted it, edited it, and found out I unknowingly rendered it useless and broken by the time I replaced the original. I tried editing it back into its original state, but now it says its corrupt and every time I load up the game it crashes before I can get to the home page. Is there any way I can fix this or do I need to start from my backup file again?