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Moving to a new PC

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by njiri, Aug 4, 2005.

  1. njiri

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    Help required here please,
    I'm moving abroad and can't take my computer with me. I won't have internet access either.
    How do I run sonicstage and transfer my HD3 contents to my new (to me but old) PC without being told when I try to play a track, that I'm violating copyright?

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    Run SS Back-up Tool and save to a mass storage device or CDs, then use these when running SS Back-up Tool on your new PC. You'll still need to connect to the internet though, I'm afraid, to authenticate the database - don't think there's any way around this.

    Thank God SS 3.2 allows DRM-free!
     
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    As above, if you want to transfer form HD3 to new PC. The time online is only supposed to be ca. 1 minute, but if you will not have access then you will not have access!.

    However, after losing my PC database once, I was still able to add new tracks to the HD3 from the new PC database & still play the "Old" tracks on my HD3.
     
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    Thanks folks. I'll have to "borrow" a connection.
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