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I don't even want to look... Does steam save your game server side?
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Pretty sure you have lost everything because there is a steam folder
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The save is stored in its Steam folder.

Way to go.
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Steam says no cloud support.. Did you try it? Like seriously.
     
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it depends... some games save to the cloud but i learned the hard way too. i lost 111hrs in borderlands, needless to say i haven't played since then
    
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Commence crying.... ARGH!
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Geez. What a buncha Eeyores! It is almost always possible to recover the data from a formatted partition as long as you don't write to the new one

There are numerous ways to do this. If you don;t mind spending a few bux there is some really decent recovery software out there, Recuva is just one of many.

There are a few free ones that work, too, and a few of them are on bootable CDs like Hirens
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Originally Posted by enorbet2 View Post
Geez. What a buncha Eeyores! It is almost always possible to recover the data from a formatted partition as long as you don't write to the new one
I think you mean writing to sectors, not partitions... But yes, your point stands.
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I think you mean writing to sectors, not partitions... But yes, your point stands.
Since the only way that I know of to write to a sector without also writing within a partition is Direct-To-Disk in lower languages (of which, few here understand) I was just attempting to communicate to OP on a level that had good odds of being understood, since I have so little data upon which to assess his skilz. Thanks for the confirmation though. He needs it with all these Negative Nannys in here.
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