Sep 06, 2016 - 12:28 PM
It sounds like you had placed your data in the default location for Windows. Microsoft wants applications to place their data in the Users/,,,,/App Data/Local path where ... = your user name.
So having said this, your old data is in the C:\Windows.old\Users\\ <Your Username> App Data\Local\N3V Games\TANE\Build <some numbers and letters>.
What you can do to import this data into a new T:ANE install is do the following:
1) Copy this Build folder to another location - your desktop is a good place, for example.
2) Start up the new T:ANE program.
3) Start up Content Manager (click on Manage Content on the Launcher.
4) Take the build folder on your desktop and drag it into T:ANE Content Manager.
This process will take some time, and there will be some built-in and payware assets open for edit.
You will receive warnings about this occuring.
When everything is done importing:
1) Go into Content Manager
2) Filter on Open for Edit.
3) Highlight all assets (Click on one, and then press CTRL+A at the same time)
4) With the list highlighted, Right-click or click on Edit on the menu bar, and choose Submit.
This process can take some time so don't panic if the bar doesn't seem to be moving too quickly at first.
When everything is done:
Go into Content Manager again and check for errors and warnings. There maybe things you'll need to download.
If you have any download content (DLC) click on the File menu, either on the launcher or on a Content Manager (CM) window to force your content to download. It should anyway, but this will make sure.
What will happen is the content will download the next time you start Trainz its self.
Some notes here regarding the Build xxxxxx folders:
You may have more than one if you have upgraded to any service packs. I recommend, best guess on a situation like this, is to right-click on the folders and view the sizes and choose the largest of the folders.
Hope this helps. If you have any further questions, I recommend following up in the forums as there are others there that can help as well.
Good luck and let us know how you made out.