Where are the Clips saved to in GTA IV on the pc?
When I press F2 it says Saving Clip...is it saving at that point or everything prior to pressing F2?
You have to 'show all hidden files and folders' in control panel, then go to Local Disk (C Drive)>Documents and settings>your name>local settings>Application data>Rockstar games
by zejd 10 years ago
is there any chets for GTA IV like "Invulnerability" or "withot police" like in GTA San Andreas?
by Paul 7 years ago
This is what we as Christians should be saying constantly as we live in this world. Agree?
by Lt. Daniel 11 years ago
Do You Need To Be Religious To Be Saved?
by srinivasan_1961 13 years ago
i am having a pc at my office is there any possibilties to view my documents from my home pcdo not advise to use pen drive or external hard disc
by marcov 11 years ago
Do any of you believe that there will be a GOD OF WAR IV?
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