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As player, I prefer to have my saved games along with other game files. The reason for this is that when I need to reinstall my system, the save is still there and I don't have to remember to backup some, more or less, arbitrary location. I've lost saves for several games just because they were stored in some locations you mentioned. Sometimes they were even ...
Set Game.Content.RootDirectory to the path you want and then just specify the file name portion. But keep in mind that you still have to include them in the Content project. If you don't want to/can't do that, then forgo the ContentPipeline altogether.
Dynamically importing and processing content at runtime is explained in the sample WinForms Series 2: Content Loading. This is the preferred method. You can also build an XNA Content Project file using MSBuild. this blog post explains how. You can create a temporary project file, so you don't need to modify or rebuild files in your Solution. Additional ...
In Visual Studio... Right mouse click on the Content Project Select 'Add' then 'Existing Item...' Navigate to the folder containing your content, change the filetype from the drop down box if needed, select your content file, then click on 'Add'. Use your content.
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