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I have a lot of card files which we built with Card Collector. when we transfer the files to our new machine nothing works, why?

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What exactly you referring to??/you transferred the data into another computer and they do not work?? if the actual collections are stored in special file format ..they can not be readable until you install the software too if this is what you referring when you said new machine ...probably you just moved the files itself ..and to be opened they need the original software ..so download or insert the disk and reinstall the program into this machine olso ..cause thi sis the only way to read the old files....in fact this should have been the first move you supposed to do ..

Posted on May 11, 2010

  • quanstromb May 11, 2010

    The original program I have with Card Coll. was the old 3 inch disk. I do not have a little disk reader on any of my new machines. Barry

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    Catalin Turcu May 12, 2010

    Ok in this case either go somewhere with a memory stick ..and transfer the program on the memory stick (this way you'll have the original one ...(just ask a friend that have a 3inch disk reader ..or a public place like a internet cafe)..or let me know the exact name of the program and lets try to download it from the internet..

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