Hi. Have plugged in my Nucleus, Connected the ethernet cable, Updated software and formatted an internal Crucial ssd drive via the web interface, So far so good. Now I need to migrate my database from a Windows 10 machine previously running the Core to the Nucleus. The knowledge base says to open up explorer and type in “%localappdata%” to find the excisting database to delete or rename before copying over to the Nucleus however when I do so all I get is a web page of queries concerning hidden files in Widows?. Am I missing something or got it wrong (Perhaps it should be the system explorer). Silly question but do I copy the database file over before my music files? also how can I find the Crucial ssd in explorer to copy and past.
Is this the file " C__Users_Terry_AppData_Local_Roon_Application_Roon_exe " to delete came up after searching " %appdata " and not " %localappdata% ". Would it not be easier to uninstall Roon then download the remote app?. Just a thought. Have also found the answer on finding the internal hard drive via network.
you should not copy the file manually – you should backup the windows roon database and restore it on the nucleus.
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