Lost all myPrograms setting (1 Viewer)

Hensley

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Hi there,

i updated my MP version to the latest CVS and now all my setting in myPrograms are gone. A quick view at the database folder showed me that it has been updated. In my last backup of the MP folder i have ProgramDatabaseV3.db3 with all my settings.

Now the file is called ProgramDatabaseV4.db3, but it does not convert my settings. Any hint on how to get my settings back ? I had lots of work setting it up with all my games and other programs.

regards _Hensley_
 

mPod

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In your database folder you find the following batch file:

convertv2v3.cmd

Execute it and all your settings should be moved. You might have to delete the new created db files before.
 

Hensley

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October 9, 2005
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Hi mPod,

thx for the help, but it does not work for me. I deleted the ProgramDatabaseV4.db3 file and executed the convertv2v3.cmd batch file. But nothing happens. Still there is no way i can get myPrograms settings back :(

regards _Hensley_
 

gpeters

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Despite the age of this thread- I will comment because nobody else seems to have this problem- a large one at that.

Sadly, I lost mine too... That batch file was for migrating 1.0.2 to 1.0.3 I think. Why change the database or the plugin so much to make an upgrade and utilize my old db impossible- or without ease? I put hours into the current game database I have on my system... near 7 megs and growing. All of this to be incompatible with my upgrade. Sticking with 1.0.3 for now. Anyone have any ideas of how I can edit my current db to make it work?
 

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