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  • @Marcel Jones
    8 months ago


    So with the information i had (having to replace the volume serial and size of the partition) i actually figured out a solution myself.

    I exported my current database and replaced all instances of the old volume serial and size with the new ones in the exported xml file.

    Then I deleted all my tabbles (to get rid of the faulty association) and then imported my modified xml file.

    It worked 🙂

  • @Marcel Jones
    8 months ago


    I have exactly the same problem as the person who created this thread.

    I am now unfortunately in need of the 2nd solution you have provided.

    I have downloaded SQL Management Studio and these are the disk properties you were asking for.

    Old Partition:

    Volumer Serial: C2F453E8
    Size: 833617915904

    New Partition:

    Volume Serial: 72DEEF70
    Size: 989996249088

    This is my tabbles version: 3.1.29 Portable

    Thank you

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