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Troy Wolbrink
on 26 Jan 2009
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I seem to be in the wrong database. How do I get back to where I left off?

Open TntMPD and then under the File menu, click on Close.  You should see a blank screen with something like this in the middle:


Pay attention to the list of recently used databases.  If there is more than one, then it's possible that you double-clicked on an older backup copy of your database.  If this is the case, keep this in mind.

TntMPD makes a local backup of your database every time you close the program.  Click on where it says "Restore a database file from a backup...".  This will show you a list of restore points you can go back to.  Pay attention to the name of the database and time of the backup.  This will be your clue to finding where you left off when things were as you expected them.

Once you find the database and time of when you left off, click that database in the list and then click the "Restore" button.

Recent Comments

By: Todd Mathisen Posted on 22 Jul 2010 8:47 PM

How do I get my old data onto my new tnt download? I backed up my data, then had to re-install  Vista, downloaded the new tnt and now I can't open my old data.

By: Troy Wolbrink Posted on 1 Aug 2010 5:29 AM

Search your backup file for *.mpddb to find any TntMPD databases.  When you have th right one (check the date/time of the file), copy it to your computer and double-click on it to open it in TntMPD.

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