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Changing the Mixmeister Software from Laptop to Pc?

Hello..i have installed and worked with my mixmeister studi 7.4. for several years now on my laptop.. with the programm on the laptop but all the mixes and music on an external hard-drive.
now i have bought a new pc..and i would like to use this one instead of the small laptop..but i am scared that i will loose my mixes if i start it up on my pc..
what should i do first? install or copy my mixmeistersoftware on pc then open it?
Again i dont wann f.. up 10 years of mixing. Pease help
Patrick
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  • Are you saving your MXM plot files in the same folder as each music file.
    If you go to tools > options > Plot file you will see if there is a check mark for this option
    I create folders for my mixes in external hard drives along with copying music files to the same directory
    I have several different computers running Windows 7 and XP where all my mixes (MMP files extension) play perfectly when I transfer one of my mix folders through a thumb drive or copy it and open it right onto the hard drive of the computer. If your MXM Plot files for your mixes are all saved on a specific area and your hard drive
    you'll have to copy that over to your new computer but I've never did that before.
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  • As long as you have the .mxm (plot) files for each music file, and of course all your playlist (.mmp) files you should be able to get things running on your new PC. If you don't have the files follow the instructions by Pulsepier first :)

    I have all my music (.mp3, .mxm and .mmp) files on a different hard disk (and a backup on a NAS) and this works just fine. I have been using Studio 7.4.4 on 3 different PCs during all these years and never had any major issues when using a new PC.

    Ronald
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