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    I'm not sure.. which file... the usp96-file in "c:\ProgramData\qfit\cvdata\usp96.dat" ?

    after clicking the second export button... i have to find that file? (sorry for being complicated)

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    The REKO strategy is fine. You aren't using it. You are using a strategy that you created.
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    Do I need to have the REKO strategy attached to open then a playing strategy and restore it? .. man, I'm so confused

    well.. at least after restoring again it's again as it was .. thanks

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    Nope. Doesn't have to be attached. But, has to be selected or it doesn't know what to restore.
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    Well.. restore works now... but before i talked to you about this.. i'm sure, that i selected the reko strategy to restore... didn't work

    But now it's ok

    Thanks a lot!

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    It works better if you repeat "Ho'oponopono" three times, the Hawaiian word for correction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm View Post
    OK, I assume you mean the standard REKO. Follow these instructions:

    Copy:
    c:\ProgramData\qfit\cvdata\usp96.dat (NOT Program Files)
    To:
    c:\Program Files (x86)\qfit\cvdata
    Maybe that I missunderstood the question but I don't understand the direction.
    File in ProgramData is newer that the one in Program Files.

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    Yikes. You're right. I'll correct in the post.

    There is also another copy at c:\Program Files (x86)\qfit\cvdata\usp96.dat2.
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