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Old 2012-12-14, 09:31
soniclover soniclover is offline
 
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Originally Posted by SteveDiverse View Post
I highly recommend that you do not store any of your own files anywhere in the reason install folder, but instead make a separate reason folder (with subfolders) for all of your files (songs, refills, patches, samples...).
This way, when you upgrade or re-install, you won't have to backup/restore all of your files - just add your reason folder(s) to favorites.
When you install/upgrade, the entire reason install folder is deleted, including all of your files.


Thanks. I do all that already and I also save my files on a second hardware disc. Aditionally I moved my Reason scratch folder from deafault: C/Programs/...Reason... to another partiotion of the hardisk so that I won't lose anything if Windows crashes totally.