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    Default How to run game without using steam

    First off open the steam folder in your c/drive
    Once there find the folder called steamapps
    then open the common folder
    then open 2009 folder
    Then right click fm2009 icon and select create shortcut.
    Drop that to your desktop.
    Once all this is done you will not need to load up steam every time you play the game.


    This has been done so many times today but with all the moaning today it drops off this page so quickly so thought i would repost.

    Miles any chance you can make a sticky with the instuctions so we don't get hundreds of posts asking the same question cheers.

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    Default Re: How to run game without using steam

    where is this steam folder?

    I can't find it

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    Default Re: How to run game without using steam

    c: folder->program files

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    Default Re: How to run game without using steam

    Quote Originally Posted by kevinM182 View Post
    where is this steam folder?

    I can't find it
    Kevin.

    Its in

    C:\Program Files\Steam\Steamapps\Common\Football Manager 2009

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    Default Re: How to run game without using steam

    Quote Originally Posted by Football_Manager08 View Post
    Kevin.

    Its in

    C:\Program Files\Steam\Steamapps\Common\Football Manager 2009
    Thanks man

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    Default Re: How to run game without using steam

    Excellent, cant believe I havent noticed this before!

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