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I recently installed Deus Ex on a 4tb external hard drive. It doesn't recognize the hard drive, and claims that there's no space and it can't save. I've looked for solutions everywhere to fix the problem. The only solution I've seen in Kentie's Launcher. While the Launcher allows you to save, it makes you save only in My Documents, and the process in changing the save directory is complicated. Kentie's Launcher also causes Deus Ex to be slow whenever I access the menu. I've heard the claim that Deus Ex wouldn't recognize the hard drive because the game was made in 2000. If that were the case, other games I've played on the hard drive which were made in 2000 or before would have the same problem. American McGee's Alice is the only other game I know of that has the exact same issue. Alice and Deus Ex were built on different engines, yet both are the only games I know of that mistake excess of space for lack of space. Isn't it be possible for GOG.com to edit Deus Ex's files so that it can recognize external hard drives more than 1 tb?
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NedLand: I've heard the claim that Deus Ex wouldn't recognize the hard drive because the game was made in 2000.
Yea people like to make up all kinds of shit.
Isn't it be possible for GOG.com to edit Deus Ex's files so that it can recognize external hard drives more than 1 tb?
In theory, yes, but in practice, no way in hell. GOG simply doesn't do that kind of bugfixing.

I'd recommend you partition your drive, or make a virtual drive on it just for Deus Ex.
Thanks clarry. I really appreciate your help. I can try the partition drive solution if I can. It's a shame GOG can't come up with a bug fix. If only fans had the means to fix this bug with a fan patch. Thank again for the help.