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All files from ZIP package were inserted to the previous Everest directory. I'm using Everest/AIDA64 to do network audits (each PC run it via network), using BAT compiled to EXE so I have not to change the path, parameters etc. each time (eg. when migrating to SQL). The mistake I did, I renamed aida64.exe to everest.exe, so I have not to recompile again that BAT file prepared some years ago...I was wrong. Seems that after I renamed it back, it's OK. :wacko:

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Please do not mix AIDA64 and EVEREST files in the same folder. Put them into different folders, and let them manage their own files. The only thing you may want to mix is copying the old EVEREST.INI file that holds your existing Preferences settings, rename it to AIDA64.INI, and copy it to AIDA64 folder. That way you can migrate your EVEREST settings into AIDA64.

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