Lowlander wrote:Yes, you can still customize the location of the database in MediaMonkey 4 the same way: http://www.mediamonkey.com/support/inde ... ticleid=46
Lowlander wrote:I think it should, but some changes might have been made for fixing upgrade issue in the latest builds. Did you install MM4 over MM3?
KEP wrote:Lowlander wrote:I think it should, but some changes might have been made for fixing upgrade issue in the latest builds. Did you install MM4 over MM3?
Yeah, sure did. It seemed to lose a lot of the settings. Database location, folders to track, Auto Organize patterns, etc. Nothing tragic, but it was really more like a fresh install than what I might've expected.
Lowlander wrote:I presume it should have picked up DB and settings. Seaming same issue here: viewtopic.php?p=318399#p318399
KEP wrote:Lowlander wrote:It should upgrade the DB automatically and should keep a copy of your MM3 DB as well.
Two upgrade installs, Zero upgraded databases.
1) Go to the command prompt, and switch to C:\Program Files\MediaMonkey
2) Type dbupgrade.exe old_MM_database.DB new_MM_database.DB
where old_MM_database.DB is the location of the old database and new_MM_database.DB is the location where MM should generate the new database.
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