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I wanted to know the location of such files in Windows Vista.
There was this thread in which someone asked the smae question but with a previous version of windows: [http://www.kongregate.com/forums/7/topics/28965?ts=1230240827](http://www.kongregate.com/forums/7/topics/28965?ts=1230240827)
It didn’t help much, so that’s why I opened this topic. Soon or late, my brother is going to start experimenting and most likely format the disk C:/ and I would like to keep my game files. Does anyone know where those are located?
I would really apreciate your help.
Thanks in advance.
C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Macromedia\FlashPlayer\#SharedObjects\Random numbers or letters\localhost
It should be there for Vista. Check for chat.kongregate.com, most .sol files are there. Also [www.kongregate.com](http://www.kongregate.com), some files might be there as well.
Make sure to have Show hidden files and folders enabled in folder options.
just a quick addition to Razzi3l’s correct response…
the “AppData” folder is hidden and you must have the proper folder setting in order to view it in with explorer.exe.
or, you can just use a run function with the folder’s address to open it without all the clicks
> *Originally posted by **[DukeVermont](/forums/7/topics/30515?page=1#posts-5662970):***
> just a quick addition to Razzi3l’s correct response…
> the “AppData” folder is hidden and you must have the proper folder setting in order to view it in with explorer.exe.
> or, you can just use a run function with the folder’s address to open it without all the clicks
You realize this was posted more than 3 years ago?