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How to move DDL from a different (new) computer.

 

There are several ways to move DDL from one computer to another computer depending on your computer knowledge and skills. We will cover only one here.

Method #1

It is import that you move only the DRIVING FOLDER (not the whole DDL folder, as this will cause the other computer to de-activate, and a new ActivationCode will be needed before you can use DDL again). The following method is using a Flash Drive, (also called memory stick, jump driver etc..). These instructions are for Vista, They also apply to XP. just check for XP Note:

Step 1. Left Click on my computer icon. (if not on your desk top, then click on START, then Computer)

Step 2. Left Click on your C:\ Drive or the driver you have installed DDL on. (by default DDL is installed on C:\

 

Step 3. Left Click on Driver Daily Log folder (icon). This assumes that you installed DDL under the C: root.

XP Note: By default in XP Drivers Daily Log is installed in the Program Files folder, then click on Drivers Daily Log folder (icon)

Step 4. Right Click on the Drivers Name Folder you want to copy (backup), then select COPY from the menu. (This copy the item selected to Microsoft Clipboard). Note: nothing will change.

Step 5. Click on Computer on the left window pane to re-open your computer folder.

Step 6. Left Click on the driver letter of your flash drive you have installed. for this demo I am using (G) Kingston Drive (It is a good ideal to name your drives, makes it easy to find them)

Step 7. Right Click anywhere in the blank area and select PASTE.

You will see the Driver Folder you selected in Step 4. and a dialog window showing the folder is being copied.

That's it you have copied your Driver Folder to a Flash drive. If you have a Co-Driver do the same steps for the other Driver Folder(s).

Now we are ready to copy the Driver Folder to the new computer. Follow these Steps.

Step 9. Left Click on my computer icon. (if not on your desk top, then click on START, then Computer)

 

Step 10. Left Click on your Flash Drive Letter (In this demo it is (G) Kingston

Step 11. Right Click on the Drivers Name Folder you want to copy (backup), then select COPY from the menu. (This copy the item selected to Microsoft Clipboard). Note: nothing will change.

 

Step 12. Click on Computer on the left window pane to re-open your computer folder.

Step 13. Left Click on your C:\ Drive or the driver you have installed DDL on. (by default DDL is installed on C:\

 

Step 14 Do not Click on this folder, Just move your mouse over it until it is highlighted. Right Click and select Paste from the menu. Driver Daily Log folder (icon). This assumes that you installed DDL under the C: root.

XP Note: By default in XP Drivers Daily Log is installed in the Program Files folder, then click on Drivers Daily Log folder (icon)

You will see the Driver Folder you selected in Step 11. and a dialog window showing the folder is being copied.

That it. Do the same for any Co-Driver drivers Folders you need to copy.

 

Open Drivers Daily Log and Select File and Open, then click on your name.

 

 

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