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How to restore from an Investor/RT backup?

I've recently re-installed my system and am unclear as to how to best restore from a prior Investor/RT backup on the new system, to retain my chart settings and other preferences. I looked around but couldn't find the info on LinnSoft's website.

For Sierra Charts for instance, I just copied over the 'data' directory. For MultiCharts, it was the ProgramData directory. For Investor/RT, I am unsure how to proceed. There is a folder in Documents, with subfolders "admin", "data_f", and "tickdata" plus a couple other files. Should I just copy these over to the new installation?

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For Investor/RT, you just need to locate the data_f folder and move it over. This page will help you locate it:

Investor/RT - Database

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Mike,

For Investor/RT, you just need to locate the data_f folder and move it over. This page will help you locate it:

Investor/RT - Volume Breakdown

Chad

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Thanks, worked.

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Great. I just realized that the web page had the incorrect title of "Volume Breakdown" and my link pulled that text into my post. Fixed.

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Great. I just realized that the web page had the incorrect title of "Volume Breakdown" and my link pulled that text into my post. Fixed.

No prob. Also want to make sure you got my email

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