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Nvidia geforce experience Cannot find my games

hello i would also like to state that it finds some games but not all of them eg it finds 18 out of 50 and these games where bought on steam and gaming dragon the path for my games is A:\programs\steam\SteamApps\common as i have a ssd at my boot drive then i have a hard drive for my pc games.anyone have any ideas
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    I can tell you how to put games on your HDD. Create a folder in your HDD and name it Program Files 2 so you do not get it mixed up with the Operating System Program Files (86x) or Program Files in the OS SSD Hard Drive. Then in Program Files 2 make a folder named Gaming. Then in the Gaming folder make anther folder and name that the game. Now in the installation of the game, select the custom installation, then there should be an option of where you want to put the game in. Then it should install in that folder.

    that should solve It
  2. pjg said:
    I can tell you how to put games on your HDD. Create a folder in your HDD and name it Program Files 2 so you do not get it mixed up with the Operating System Program Files (86x) or Program Files in the OS SSD Hard Drive. Then in Program Files 2 make a folder named Gaming. Then in the Gaming folder make anther folder and name that the game. Now in the installation of the game, select the custom installation, then there should be an option of where you want to put the game in. Then it should install in that folder.

    that should solve It

    found my answer it is because the games i could not find where not on there games supported list as seen hear http://www.geforce.com/geforce-experience/supported-games
  3. Why do you care if it finds your games? All it will do is try to set the graphical settings for you for each game which will then cause you to have to go in and adjust them further, correct nvidia's wrong settings, etc.
  4. I had the same problem and I solved it by renaming my games .exe files to default names and change geforce experience directory to the right directory of the games and the problem solved
    As I had changed .exe files on games several times by adding numbers to the names but when I deleted those names and changed them back to default name then I chose their directories in geforce experience then it detected them with no problem
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