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wimck
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« on: April 27, 2010, 08:39:12 pm »

Hi Peter!

I have two partitions on my new PC. On the small C partition I have Windows and XXHighEnd and on the D partition my music albums.
The idea is that if I have to re-install Windows I only have to install Windows and XXHighend and not all the albums.

When the re-install is needed can I move XXHighEnd from C to the D partition, format the C partition and re-install Windows and move XXHighEnd back from D to C?

I know it is possible to move  Grin   but will XXHighEnd work again?
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« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2010, 09:03:40 pm »

I know it is possible to move  Grin   but will XXHighEnd work again?

Where is the gallery? If it is in the same path (i.e. C:\xxgallery , on the SSD in my case), it shoudl work fine.
I always copy the whole folder and xxhe worked for me so far.
Do this - copy it (duplicate the folder) and run it from the new location. Adjust the temp folders etc in the settings. restart. if all works good you can delete the old folder.

I suspect that v1.0 will come with an installer Wink
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« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2010, 12:03:47 am »


When the re-install is needed can I move XXHighEnd from C to the D partition, format the C partition and re-install Windows and move XXHighEnd back from D to C?


A couple of things to note when you do this Wimck:

  • The network name (and environment) will need to be the same as previous, otherwise you'll be asking Peter for a new unlock code.
  • Your previous XXHE settings won't be available to reference, as they are stored in the "Documents are Settings" sub-folders, so you will need to manually set those up again.


I don't think the effort to move your current working XXHE folder across to D: and back again is warranted, as it will be just like setting up a new version anyway, so you might as well use that approach by grabbing the latest "install" zip when the time comes.

In the meantime, just make a copy of your current XXHighEnd1xx.dat file on your D: drive somewhere for safe keeping, then subsequently copy it your newly created XXHE folder when you have resurrected your C: drive.

If, on the C: drive, you have your galleries structured by different genres etc. that don't mimic the actual folder structure of the music files themselves, then you should copy the gallery across to the D: drive in preparation for a re-install of your operating system. If your gallery is on the D: drive currently then nothing needs to be done.

Cheers,

Russ
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