Rescanning a game with GameLibBooster
To optimize your games by moving them to your most suited drive, GameLibBooster needs to analyse the file structure of each game. This analysis is automatically performed the first time you start GameLibBooster, and each time a game is updated via Steam. But if for some reasons you think that some game files have been modified outside of Steam, you can ask GameLibBooster to rescan a game. Here is how to do:
Right-click on the game that you want to rescan in the
game list. A contextual menu will appear.
Rescan in the contextual menu.
GameLibBooster will start to analyse the file structure of the game. The progression will be displayed in the yellow
execution queue that will appear at the bottom of the window. The progression is represented by the green line. The operation can be paused, resumed or canceled at any time.