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Old 30.05.2015, 12:16
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Default Migrate JDownloader installation on new system


I need to reinstall the system due to malware problems (not ones installed by JD).
How would I keep the settings, downloads, paths etc.?
I have noticed that copying JD on other disk would not keep the download queue.

Thank you.
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Old 30.05.2015, 12:25
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copy cfg/ from your old system to your new system(rename existing cfg/ to cfg.old/ prior to this step)

list will be preserved if you use standard copy / replace but JD loads the highest value *.zip files and if your new copy already has higher value it wont load your old zips.

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Old 30.05.2015, 13:03
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You can
1.) Copy complete JD folder
2.) at LEAST the complete cfg (contains all)
3.) Use Backup/Restore from Menu->Files
I suggest to use method 2.
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Old 02.06.2015, 13:07
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Thanks, raztoki, the timestamp was my issue.
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