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* "cd .." will allow you to move up a directory. For example, if the batch file is in E:\games, a "cd .." will bring it to E:\
 
* "cd .." will allow you to move up a directory. For example, if the batch file is in E:\games, a "cd .." will bring it to E:\
  
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=== Running off USB drive (with backup made to the drive) ===
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== Running off USB drive ==
  
 
I have found the method above to not work due to the fact that FTL does not use variable USERPROFILE anymore but goes directly to MyDocuments library. The option I'm using is the batch file below. It first restores the save from USB drive to the normal save position of FTL, runs the game and afterwards it copies the content from FTL save location back to USB drive. It also backs up each save to another folder which then remains as a permament copy.
 
I have found the method above to not work due to the fact that FTL does not use variable USERPROFILE anymore but goes directly to MyDocuments library. The option I'm using is the batch file below. It first restores the save from USB drive to the normal save position of FTL, runs the game and afterwards it copies the content from FTL save location back to USB drive. It also backs up each save to another folder which then remains as a permament copy.

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