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I use GameSaveManager and I love it!

http://gsm.duncsweb.com/

here's a list of games that are supported

http://gsm.duncsweb.com/?s=support&c=supported_games
    
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The number on the folder where the save game is important, if you don't completely back up your GFWL files then when you go to put the save back it wont work. Easiest way around this is to start a new game and save it, it'll make a new folder with a new set of numbers and all you have to do is, erase the new game in there, and then throw your actual save game file(s) in the new folder. I've reformatted around 10 times and had to do the above for each.
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