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Aug 15, 2012 (22:29)
Hi there, first post.

I recently upgraded from Vista to Windows 7. Here's what went wrong:

1- Before upgrading, I moved my entire Image-Line folder from Program Files (x86) to another HDD to be sure it wouldn't get wiped by the OS update. *Moved, not copied. Huge mistake right? Thought so.*
2- When I moved it back into Program Files (x86), everything worked, except I can't save my old projects anymore. Moreover, I get the following error message every time I close FL Studio 9 (My version).
3- I tried installing a fresh FL Studio 10 version, but the installer crashes every time.
4- I re-downloaded my main KeyReg file, still the same.
5- My computer's list of Programs no longer lists FL Studio.
6- Because I ran CC Cleaner before moving my Image-Line folder back to Program Files (x86), I believe my computer might have lost some essential registries regarding the proper functioning of FL Studio.

Computer Specs:

Windows 7 64bit
4GB G.Skill Ram
3 HDDs
Nvidia GTX 560

Aug 15, 2012 (23:42)
You have to install FL (same version as on the ...

Aug 15, 2012 (23:51)
Ok. Where would I find a download for older ver...

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Aug 16, 2012 (9:12)
Klatu wrote:2- When I moved it back into Progra...

Aug 16, 2012 (9:29)
Thank you reflex.That installer worked fine. I ...

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