rengel
I've moved and renamed my brain folder from
D:\Admin\TheBrain9
to
D:\Brains

Of course, the subfolders U01\B01..B18 were moved with the main folder. They weren't changed in any way. But now I can't access my brains any longer. TheBrain 10 doesn't offer to open the existing brains, only to create new ones.

What can I do?
Reinhard, TB 10.0.36.0, WIN 10

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Brigitte

If you moved the Brains folder manually, you will need to put the Brains folder back in its original location. Then reset the MetaDB file:

-Quit TheBrain
-Open a file explorer
-Navigate to your Brains folder (default location is either in the username folder or in Documents)
-Move the Brains folder back to the default location: Users/username/Brains

Windows:
-Go to C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\TheBrain\MetaDB

Mac:
-Open Finder
-Click on Go > Go to
- Type ~/.TheBrain/v9/MetaDB

-Rename the file there to TheBrainMeta.db.old
-Restart TheBrain
-Login again

This will force TheBrain to rebuild the Brains listing. You will need to log in again and reset your preferences.

If you still have issues, please contact support@thebrain.com for further assistance.

Best regards,
Brigitte
TheBrain Technologies

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