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Transferring User Patches and Settings to new install

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Jowry
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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.  


   
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Jowry
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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.


   
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