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Help!....I'm having problems moving files from one computer to another. Is there a certain way to save the file to move. I've tried copying the files directly and saving it from the program onto a jump drive and then tried opening it up on a laptop with no luck. The laptop wants to look for the file in the C: drive but that's not where it is (F: removeable drive).

I bought the disk and load it up on the laptop. Any suggestions?

Probably something simple but I went through each of the settings and the "help".

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I use a memory stick (removable drive). I installed LOR on my memory stick so I have the same set-up as I do on my hard drive on the 2 computers I bounce to. With doing this, I have all the correct files to save what ever in and can be easily found. I store all my sequences & audio on the memory stick ( I also use one of the 2 computers as my back up just incase something happens). Then I just use the memory stick as my main function for LOR. This saves space on my hard drive and it's easy to transfer my work from one computer to another. The memory stick is my LOR briefcase :].

Hope that helps.

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Help!....I'm having problems moving files from one computer to another. Is there a certain way to save the file to move. I've tried copying the files directly and saving it from the program onto a jump drive and then tried opening it up on a laptop with no luck. The laptop wants to look for the file in the C: drive but that's not where it is (F: removeable drive).

I bought the disk and load it up on the laptop. Any suggestions?

Probably something simple but I went through each of the settings and the "help".

I split my work between a desktop and a laptop. The path to LOR was different on each one. When I would move them over to the laptop, I would have to re-associate the audio file with the musical sequence. Otherwise, I would get an error when I tried to play.

If the file is on the "F" drive ... when you go to open a LOR file, simply navigate over to the F drive and open it.
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Good point Don,

I have to do the same thing. WHen using my memory stick, I have to jump from E; drive on one compter to J: drive on the other.

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The only potential issue I know of is the Audio File (re-select) that Don mentioned. If the issue is not with an audio file then I think we will need a little more information to understand the problem.

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Wow! I never thought about using a flash-drive like that! I have run downloaded programes off a cd but never thought to use a flash-drive! Now I need to install a usb driver and port on my show computer and my problem is solved!



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Daniel,

I love doing this way. It's also faster using usb (I think anyway) versus the speed of the CD player. And it just gives your computer more memory to work with without using your computers hard drive for everything.

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I use CD-RWs and copy the audio file ANd the sequence then reapply the music. It has always worked for me.

One note, sometimes after copying them to a new computer you will have to go in properties and changes the settings from "read only" to just no checkmark. Some discs automatically apply this setting.

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Ok I have just read the other threads here on transferring files. I copied my LOR file to my flashdrive. When I put the flash drive into the desktop I transferred from and open the removable drive where the flashdrive is I am able to play the sequences with no problem. When I take the flashdrive to my laptop or my other desktop I get an error message. It says "component LOR channel IO. ocx or one of it's dependencies not correctly registered; a file is missing or invalid.

Any ideas on this?

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when you installed this on you memory stick.. can you run the program on another computer without installing.. I would like to work on my lor stuff at work while on break but we are not allowed to install any software on the computers.

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When I install them on my flashdrive I see them but when I take the flashdrive to a different computer and try to open the LOR files it will not open them. Says I need a different program to open them with. I usually use Real Player but when I use the flashdrive it will not work. :(

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