0 Replies? Seriously? Lame....
I have the same question.
How do I backup all my game profiles?
I am really curious that no one else wanting to make a backup of all game profiles. And why isn't AMD just implementing a simple export/import way.
It's a pity one cannot import/export settings from old driver versions especially when cleaning them up because they have placed junk files in system folders etc.
RadeonPro looked like it could do the job but the current build is 2013 and no-one has posted there since 2015.
Edit: For some reason he has locked new memberships to the forums- that explains it. Ah, it replaces the AMD feature entirely. Might be better in my case as using older games.
Why the hell can't we just drop down the menu "All Profiles", and have an option to "Back Up All"? Because of this I don't like to upgrade drivers unless it adds support or optimizes for games I have. I like to "clean" install to avoid problems I ran into in the past, and "clean" method does a good job of avoiding them. After setting the "Framerate Target Control", "Chill Min" and "Chill Max", for 50 games, I don't want to have to do it again. What I end up doing is deleting all of them, or maybe setting one up for Steam, and keep them all the same. I find this works better until I get the time and I feel like customizing 50 profiles.. which is very rarely.
And why isn't AMD doing something about this, since it's obviously a very simple way to make a lot (if not everyone) happy?
OK, this is driving me nuts, as I've looked everywhere. I did, however, find some of it. As for the profiles you save "In Wattman", the one that lets you name the file, are kept here: C:\Users\*User_Name_Here*\AppData\Local\AMD\CN.
IDK if this is what you were looking for, but what I'm looking for is the profiles themselves (Not Wattman, the one with the Vertical refresh (VSync) off/on, OpenGL Triple Buffer, "Framerate Target Control" and "Chill Min/Max". When you have 50 profiles as I do, it makes more sense to just delete all of them, create one for Steam (if you want) and just have every game configured the same, which is lame.. there's always a few games that need their own settings. Why even have this if they can't be backed up, since doing a "clean" install wipes them out, and a system restore does too. I'm hoping that folder in AppData I listed has a file (maybe a .json) that does this and it's just not obvious, otherwise I'm stumped.
Let's go AMD, this is a simple way to make many happy. God knows we can't afford your GPUs any more.