trixmoto wrote:Well it definitely sounds like you've got problems with your Windows Scripting Host - have you tried reinstalling it? You can download it from the microsoft website, I'm sure.
Gretchen wrote:Can someone help me restore my info? I have a new computer. The old computer had this script running and I have my backup files... I installed my old hard drive in the new computer and would like to keep all of my music there... I have installed Media Monkey on the new hard drive.
Can someone tell me how to manually copy the correct files over or perhaps tell me why the restore.vbs isn't working?
When it asks for "Enter MediaMonkey directory:" should I enter the current directory (C:\Program Files\MediaMonkey) or enter the old MediaMonkey location (Now Drive E)
I tried to run restore.vbs but get the following error:
Path not found
Microsoft VBS Script runtime error
Gretchen wrote:I meant manually restore all my stuff since the restore.vbs wasn't working - I know how to copy and paste but wasn't sure what files I needed and where to put them.
Gretchen wrote:-Select all the greyed out tracks.
-Click File > Locate moved/missing tracks
This will attempt to find tracks on the new drive that match the filesize AND timestamp, or track metadata in the database.
Gretchen wrote:Okay - new problem
I don't think I have my backup settings setup correctly. I am unable to check "Output Archive."
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