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  1. #1
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    Moving from Windows desktop (64 bit) to Windows Server (32 bit)

    I recently got an HP T5740 thin client to move my TS3 server off my main computer and to provide more stability for the server. I downloaded the 32bit server on my desktop, extracted it and moved it to the thin client. The problem I am having is after I copy all the relevant files to preserve the server channels and setting, I try to start the server it throws out an error saying that the sqlite database does not match the windows image. Is there something I am doing wrong? Do I need to run the new server once without the copied files or will that not change anything?

    Desktop is running 64bit Windows 7
    Thin Client is running Windows Embedded Standard 2009

  2. #2
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    You should make sure to extract the files on the target box, also make sure to use the correct server version (32bit or 64bit), afterwards post the server log.
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  3. #3
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    And that was the issue, downloading it on my main computer and moving it and then extracting on the target box removed the issue. Thanks

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