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    Switching from Win32 to Win64 deletes all friends and hotkeys

    I changed from Win32 to Win64 because I run 64-bit Windows 7 and I wanted to try it out as I prefer running 64-bit applications. Well, when I changed to 64-bit, the database of my "Friends" was wiped, everyone had a black name. In addition, all of my hotkeys were gone. Thank God I had backed up my TeamSpeak data the day before last.

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    Have you change the setup for your new configuration folder?
    Yu can choose between appdata and installtion fodler durign the setup. This also changes ,were your configuration will oaded and stored from.
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    I think it was because I tried to update from beta36 to rc1 as well as 32-bit to 64-bit at the same time, since that update changes some of the files around.
    Last edited by PatPeter; June 2nd, 2011 at 09:27 AM. Reason: Highest was beta36, was confused from another post.

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    Sure it does change files on first startup, but this has nothing to do with your update from 32 to 64.
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    Well it was installed to AppData and I kept it on AppData, so I wouldn't know why it corrupted my contacts and settings otherwise.

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    Well all I know is that when I went from beta36 to rc1 and 32-bit to 64-bit at the same time, it deleted all my settings and all my contacts.

    EDIT: Sorry, I forgot I replied to this topic. When it opened in my web browser it did not show my recent post.
    Last edited by PatPeter; June 2nd, 2011 at 09:28 AM. Reason: Did not see double post, and it was beta36.

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