Transferring User Patches and Settings to new install
In the interests of migrating to Windows 10, but not wanting to lose all of my older software which might or might not run on the newer OS, I added a new 2TB drive to my workstation and installed Win 10 on it, making it a dual boot system with both 7 and 10. It's working well, but I currently am having a problem finding all the custom patches and user libraries I created in Unify in Win 7. I'm sure it's just something I'm not finding - I have a pretty large number of drives, and, of course, when I'm booted into Win 10, the C: drive on my Win 7 installation is not visible, so it isn't easy to look for things there. Has anyone done this, or is there a library/.ini file that I can just move to the new Unify install on Win 10? Thanks. I'm still in the throes of reinstalling my many libraries, so there's no rush on this.
I just answered my own question. I logged out of Windows 10 and in to Win 7, and, sure enough, the user patches were on the C: drive. Sorry for wasting anyone's time. Now to unzip the file and put them back in the new Unify install.