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recovering from a blunder



Ok - I did something stupid and I suspect I already know the answer.

I have a contract to move an existing rover to check on some seismic activity. I had two rovers in the area. I focused and took over one of the rovers. It was night so I wanted to get into daylight to get the photocells working. I did the warp thing. When the sun came up I stopped the time warp and both of my rovers promptly exploded. I did not have a save - quick or otherwise. This was the first action I took after starting the game. I have not done anything else and I have not exited the game. Is there any way to recover from this. I suspect I know the answer but just in case....



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Look for your savefiles-folder(*), in there is a folder called "Backup" which contains five (the last five?) autosaves. Copy or move a file to the savefiles-folder and then you can load it from KSP.

(*) It is wherever KSP is installed in the "saves" subfolder of the KSP directory. E.g. if you have Steam somewhere like:

<your_Path_here>/SteamLibrary/steamapps/common/Kerbal Space Program/saves/<name_of_save_here>


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