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Can you move eMule credit file between computers?

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by buffalox, Apr 19, 2004.

  1. buffalox

    buffalox Guest

    I am rebuilding my PC with a larger hard drive, and intend to install a router as well (which I appreciate will have it's own problems). Can I move my credit file (or whatever it is that allows me to gain priority in peoples queues)? I have been using eMule for a long time and can connect to fairly high speeds pretty quickly, I don't want to lose that when I upgrade.

    Can anyone advise me on this?
  2. Mattrage

    Mattrage Regular member

    Sep 17, 2003
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    To answer your question, yes. Your user hash is what allows you access to your well-deserved credits, and your user hash is stored in two files: preferences.dat and cryptkey.dat, both located in your emule folder (assuming they haven't changed anything.) If you want to be doubly sure, just take the whole emule folder and overwrite the emule folder on your new computer, it won't hurt anything a bit. Good luck!

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