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Date/Time: Tue, 24 Apr 2018 08:42:50 +0000



Keeping settings but switching from vista to windows 7

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[2013-03-23 14:44:30]
User21243 - Posts: 13
If i am going to switch my operating system from windows vista 64 bit to windows 7 32 bit will my current Sierra charts stuff still be the same? All my settings and layouts.

I am just going to copy my entire Sierra charts app, folders etc and then load them onto the new windows 7?

Will that work?

Or will this mess up all of my settings and layouts?


Thanks




[2013-03-23 16:09:53]
FGBL07 - Posts: 19
How are you going to switch? By performing an upgrade? I did that myself some time ago but I upgraded form Vista 64-Bit to W7 64-Bit.

No problems with Sierrachart. Just be sure to make a complete backup before this operation.

I highly recommend this upgrade.
[2013-03-23 16:33:57]
User21243 - Posts: 13
thanks for the reply

Yeah just upgrading, I am done with Vista and am not sure on Windows 8.


[2013-03-23 19:24:19]
Sierra Chart - Max - Posts: 3199
As long as Sierra Chart will be in the same folder there should be no problems.

For more information on moving Sierra Chart please see:
http://www.sierrachart.com/index.php?l=doc/helpdetails15.html
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Date Time Of Last Edit: 2013-03-23 19:24:50
[2013-03-24 04:20:30]
Sierra Chart Engineering - Posts: 59371
If i am going to switch my operating system from windows vista 64 bit to windows 7 32 bit will my current Sierra charts stuff still be the same? All my settings and layouts.

Nothing special to do. Just upgrade and everything will be the same.
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