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Feature: Allow Product Manager to Review Previous Downloads
December 6, 2017
7:13 pm CET
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Emptyset
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I built a new computer, installed everything - then had problems. I formatted drive BUT since downloading all these files for toontrack as well as other titles I own sucks - I used my internal extra drive. I would like to be able to open product manager, and pick a folder location so I don't have to re-download everything. Right now it is a hassle to re-download, when I have the files already? I think the Product Manager is the best working out of all them, it just is a bear when you have to redo your computers. Any suggestions? Keep up the great work!

December 6, 2017
11:36 pm CET
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Scott E
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In my experience, if the installation & update files remain in the "Downloads" folder designated in the Product Manager,
and that folder is connected & visible to the Product Manager, it should not prompt you to re-download them again.

That said, if you simply install your products, libraries & updates from wherever you have saved the installation files,
the Product Manager should see the products & libraries once installed.
Then, it should continue to monitor their version numbers and prompt for updates, when available or necessary.

That's been my experience, anyway.

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December 7, 2017
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Olof
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Emptyset, if you change your download location in preferences to where your already downloaded files are, clicking Download Product/Update(s) in Product Manager (for each that you want to install) will just verify them instead of redownloading them. Hope that helps!

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