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Lost My RS2014 User Profile. Running on PC, Managed by Steam


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I started RSR last night from Steam and I received a not-unusual message about RS already running; I applied the usual fix by starting the program directly. Program started. Except my profile was missing.
 
Applied the usual fix by verifying local file integrity. One file was missing. Yay! Problem solved. Started RS. No profile. Turned to Google for help and surprisingly found this has happened before and no one knows why.
 
I don't really care that I lost my hard-earned points - those are skills I get to keep, and now I can go back to some songs I simply left behind. But as a consumer, AARRGGHH!
 
So, my questions are:
  1. Are any of you running RS directly and not through a game management interface? Because I'm thinking if this is a problem with Steam, then I'll figure out either how to play locally only, or even re-purchase as a physical copy.
     
  2. Most of the posts I saw on Google re: this topic were a few years old. Has this happened to anyone else recently? Anyone know of a fix to restore the profile?
Thank you!
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