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Hello, Guys. Sorry for all the backlog and the delay, but I'm saddened to say that on July 18, 2017, my Intel Core i3 3.06 GHz 16 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 RAM with 256 MB of video RAM (Mid 2010 iMac) was broken in an accident. For the next 3 weeks, I was without a computer, until just yesterday, when an upgraded version of the computer arrived. I was happy, but at the same time, saddened to see that all my previous work was faded away, but, I prepared very far in advance, as I backed up my plugins folder. Now that I'm back on the computer, I'm ready for the next step...Cities Skylines. Currently, I have no money to buy Cities Skylines, but I will accumulate money on Steam during the next several months as I collect Steam Gift Cards. Eventually, I will have enough money to buy Cities Skylines and most of its expansion packs. I can only wish myself good luck.

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I may be saying something too obvious, but hard drives are usually built quite sturdy so the main drive with all your previous work may be recoverable.

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I was thinking if the computer wasn't completely destroyed, the hard drive inside the old one could possibly be removed and still work as a secondary drive on your new computer. 

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