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Thread: How to backup/save the "Results From Batch" informations in case of HW Failure

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    Lightbulb How to backup/save the "Results From Batch" informations in case of HW Failure

    "Results From Batch" informations are really nice informations stored into batch ripper !
    Like that i can retrieve afterwards a lot a of informations about my batch ripping. Great Software

    My question is how to save those informations (i saw they are stored into windows private profile %appdata%\dBpoweramp\.....) in a database or flat file i can manage by myself. Just in case of HDrive failure and lost of informations onto my PC.
    Is there a export option allready implemented i missed or can you give me solutions or the format of fields in it and how to open it.

    /JLM
    Last edited by lampedepoche; 02-24-2013 at 07:04 AM. Reason: added informations

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    Re: How to backup/save the "Results From Batch" informations in case of HW Failure

    They are stored in a text file, you can copy the text file.

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    Re: How to backup/save the "Results From Batch" informations in case of HW Failure

    okay,
    i'm going to backup de whole directory and subdirectory under "C:\Users\foo\AppData\Roaming\dBpoweramp" with the .txt & .bin files in it.
    Re-install in case of HW failure the new BatchRipper and put the backed up directory over the new one.
    Am I right ?

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    Re: How to backup/save the "Results From Batch" informations in case of HW Failure

    If you want all configuration settings also, they are in the registry:

    HKCU\Software\Illustrate

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    Re: How to backup/save the "Results From Batch" informations in case of HW Failure

    Ok, Nice informations.

    I'm going to export the keys.

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