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How to Transfer my HM2 Database to Another Computer

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  • How to Transfer my HM2 Database to Another Computer

    HM2 forums and FAQ's aren't helping me much. Basic question is: how do I get my data onto my new computer? I have all my hand histories on computer #1, and I want to permanently move them to computer #2. There should be a simple way to do it, but I'm not sure how. I haven't set up HM2 on the second computer yet, but my understanding is that when I do, the database will initially be empty. Taking a nap. Will come back and read later. Thanks for the help. umbup:

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    Backup & Restore allows you to backup all your Holdem Manager settings along with all of your Hand History files.  Once backed up you can copy this to a new PC or new install of Holdem Manager and have all your old settings along with your old Hand History database.

    Watch the video to see it in action.

    If you ever lose your license or need to reset your code because you bought a new PC, you can fix this instantly by registering Holdem Manager.

    Logon to:

    Here you create an account and can view or reset your Holdem Manager License.


    • #3
      Thanks for the videos. First one should solve my problems.
      Last edited by PanickyPoker; Tue Feb 14, 2012, 09:38 AM.


      • #4
        Looking to change computers.
        Does anybody have any more up to date or easy way to transfer hand histories etc when swapping computers.
        Thanks for any help



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