Yes, there shouldn't be any problems as long as all your file paths are the same.
win7 32 bit to win7 64bit migration
can i copy the database over the same way to keep all my info ect
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Thats my friday night sorted lol
@Audio Tech > If you follow the migration procedure as per the migration thread Pulse wrote up you won't have any problems.
I would but i cant sem to find it this time round =(
I found it from the old forum,ive followed the steps unhid the folders but im not getting the files i need grrr frustrating
My database files seem to be in my 2nd drive from the last time i migrated and not in the app data part in roaming =( is this going to affect this im not sure if these will be updated or if its from the last time i did it and ive added shedloads of tracks and info i really cant afford to loose
@Audio Tech > What wasn't working?
When i migrated my data the first time i must have moved the files and they wernt in the appdata>pioneer>rekordbox folder it was blank.
I found them in another location copied them over and now its made hundreds/months of tunes say they were all added on 16/09/11 (because i had to reload them all
I do have my tunes in dated folders so if there was any wat to change the "date added" section i could ammend them myself,sadly it doesnt seem that you can do this.
Apart from deleting them all and re adding the folders a day apart so they are in the right order??
@Audio Tech > Given that you're moving from 32 to 64, the application itself would be the only thing different; it would be found in the \Program Files (x86) **folder instead, but the database should still live in the same location: \Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\Pioneer\rekordbox**
The audio files are what you want to have in the same location. If they were in **\Users\yourusername\My Music **on your 32bit system, they should be in the same location on the 64bit system.
Somehow i had managed to remove these in the first instance,so now basically its *****
Being able to change the "date added field" would be a great help
But it looks like im going to have to go back deleted most of my database by folder then re import them a day apart to get them in the right order
Im so glad i took you advice last year to keep them in seperate folders or id be properly up the creek