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  1. In my case C:\Users\username\AppData\LocalLow\Obsidian Entertainment contained the beta savegames (and contains an empty CurrentGame folder after Aeloisio's procedure)... I wonder if this whole issue might be being caused by some kind of conflict between the beta and the full game..? (Although that doesn't mean the whole savegame mechanism is less seriously fubared...)
  2. Huh, seems to be working for me (at least for now), thanks! Will update if when it stops working.
  3. Possible solution / workaround by aeloisio in a related thread (in my case it seems to be working, at least for now, although it has apparently failed to work for at one other affected player):
  4. Huh, seems to be working for me (at least for now), thanks! Will update if when it stops working.
  5. There are a couple other threads on this (or very similar) problem(s), where you might find "solutions" (possibly placebos) that seem to have worked for other players and me (although sadly no solution seems to have worked for everyone, or consistently): http://forums.obsidian.net/topic/72216-saved-games-disappear/ http://forums.obsidian.net/topic/72527-cannot-load-saved-games/ In my case disabling cloud sync and removing all but two (2) of the .savegame files in %homepath%\Saved Games\Pillars of Eternity seems to work (for now), although I must do this every time before I start th
  6. For me it seems to work if I have no more than two (2) .savegame files in %homepath%\Saved Games\Pillars of Eternity, autosave and quicksave included, at least for now (although your post is seriously making me worry that I might also run out of luck). After a better look it doesn't seem due to file corruption either, since any two .savegame files seem to work. The game just seems to somehow give up when it sees a third one (who uses more than two save files including autosave and quicksave, anyway, the one percent? [disclaimer: this is effin' sarcasm, if that wasn't clear]). Frank
  7. OK, seems like it might be due to some sort of savegame corruption... deleting all save games from %homepath%\Saved Games\Pillars of Eternity except for the autosave and the latest one seemed to work (although probably identifying which one was causing the problem through trial and error and deleting that one would probably also have worked), at least for now (yay, uncertainty!). Obviously keep a backup copy of your savegames if you try this, just in case. Still a terribly nasty bug, though, particularly without knowing what causes the corruption in the first place (I could try to iden
  8. OK, seems like it might be due to some sort of savegame corruption... deleting all save games from %homepath%\Saved Games\Pillars of Eternity except for the autosave and the latest one seemed to work (although probably identifying which one was causing the problem through trial and error and deleting that one would probably also have worked), at least for now (yay, uncertainty!). Obviously keep a backup copy of your savegames if you try this, just in case. Still a terribly nasty bug, though, particularly without knowing what causes the corruption in the first place (I could try to iden
  9. Can't load my saves either; the files are in %homepath%\Saved Games\Pillars of Eternity (bunch of .savegame ZIPs), and there's an apparently outdated (it was last modified earlier than my last save games) loadedSave.zip in %localappdata%\Temp\Obsidian Entertainment\Pillars of Eternity, but output_log.txt says, among other things, "Error loading save game cache!", and the load and continue buttons are greyed out. Wasteland 2 (which I believe runs on the same engine?) appears to have had a similar problem due to a corrupted "save game table of contents", which could be fixed by deleting the
  10. Can't load my saves either; the files are in %homepath%\Saved Games\Pillars of Eternity (bunch of .savegame ZIPs), and there's an apparently outdated (it was last modified earlier than my last save games) loadedSave.zip in %localappdata%\Temp\Obsidian Entertainment\Pillars of Eternity, but output_log.txt says, among other things, "Error loading save game cache!", and the load and continue buttons are greyed out. Wasteland 2 (which I believe runs on the same engine?) appears to have had a similar problem due to a corrupted "save game table of contents", which could be fixed by deleting the
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