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Transferring Your SOFTWARE Between Computers

The guide below is aimed at providing you with all the information required to successfully complete a transfer of Your SOFTWARE including any customised content such as Market Scans, Quote lists, Portfolios and Options analysis.


Backing up Your SOFTWARE

The first step to transferring Your SOFTWARE to a new computer should be to backup any custom content that you have created in your current software installation to an external drive such as a USB drive so that it will be easier to transfer the Backup to the target computer.

Your SOFTWARE contains a Backup and Restore Wizard to automatically backup any customised content - provided the custom content is saved in the default locations.

The guide for backing up your software is located below:

Backup Software Files.


Install Your SOFTWARE on a new computer


The next step in the process will be to install Your SOFTWARE on your new computer.

You may follow the instructions below for steps on how to download your software via the MyHubb website and install your software:

Installing your software


Restoring Your SOFTWARE files


The next step in the process will be to restore your custom content into your new software installation.

To complete this process you can simply place the external drive that you used during the backup process into a USB port on your new computer and complete the Restore process outlined in the article below:

Restore Software files

Historical Database


If you are wanting to run Market Scans then you will also need to configure a Local Price database

To do so you may utilize the HUBB Client Data Manager to download and configure a historical database.


Uninstall Your SOFTWARE from your old computer


Once this process has been completed you will be required to uninstall the software from your old computer.

As per Your SOFTWARE license you may only maintain two consecutive installations of Your SOFTWARE.

To uninstall Your SOFTWARE you may follow the steps outlined in the article below:

Uninstall Your Software

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