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 Migrate FitPC2 to Fitlet 
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Post Migrate FitPC2 to Fitlet
Hello,

I have a FitPC2 controlling my observatory for several years now (Windows 7 Pro, with lots of special software installed), and am considering an upgrade to a Fitlet . No idea whether I could migrate my FitPC2 system disk or whether this involves re-building my system from scratch (something I would hate to do ...).

Any advice much appreciated,

Robert


Sat Sep 02, 2017 5:41 pm
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Post Re: Migrate FitPC2 to Fitlet
I am glad to hear fit-PC2 works for you as it should.

I recommend migrating to the new fitlet2 if possible (Windows 10).
If you wish to stay with Windows 7 than fitlet is a good choice.
Unfortunately the system disk of fit-PC2 will not work with a newer PC. You will have to be re-install.

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Thu Oct 12, 2017 3:49 pm
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Post Re: Migrate FitPC2 to Fitlet
Thanks. Just to be clear: there would be no way to use a Acorns True Image backup of the system disk to migrate to the new fitlet2 disk?


Fri Oct 20, 2017 4:30 pm
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Post Re: Migrate FitPC2 to Fitlet
No. Operating system has to be installed.

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