Move my Sparkbooth DSLR from a slow Windows PAD to a faster Windows System with settigns

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Andreas Kuchenbuch

14 Nov, 2017 02:41 PM

Hello,
how can I move my Sparkbooth will ALL Settings frommy old and slow Windows PAD to a new and fast Windows System without manually reconfiguration?
Is it possible to get all settings to the nwe system?

With friendly regards!

Andreas Kuchenbuch

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Joe Connell on 14 Nov, 2017 02:58 PM

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    Yes you can...
    1) On the old Windows Pad - Open Sparkbooth go to Settings (Ctrl+1)
    click About and check the version you have at the top (write it down)

    2) now go to Premium (bottom left) click the drop down and select
    the Import/Export click EXPORT and save to your desktop.
    (you will need this file to copy to flash drive and paste on the
    new computer desktop to import in new computer Premium Import later...)

    3) on the New computer download the exact same version from #1
    and install with your license key.

    4) open Settings and go to Premium - Import/Export and IMPORT
    the file saved in #2 and all your old settings will be on the new computer.

    5) back on the old Windows Pad in Settings > About Deactivate this Install

    Let us know if you have any trouble.


    Joe Connell - SB Support

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Joe Connell on 14 Nov, 2017 03:00 PM

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    Note downloads for older versions of Sparkbooth are here
    http://sparkbooth.com/en/download/
    scroll down to Download Previous Releases

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