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Changing external hard drive on computer using Audirvana plus

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I am looking to swap out an external hard drive on my Mac based computer system to a larger drive. The larger drive has been cloned but the Audirvana software doesn't find it for playback. Any advice on integrating a new drive into the Audirvana software?

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remove your old library and find the other one, and sync

 

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MacMini, i5, 2.5GHz, SSD, 16Gb, 10.15 > Audirvana Plus 3.5.24 > Wyred DAC2 DSD Special Edition >
Proceed AMP2 > Focal Cobalt 826 Signature Series > Audirvana Remote > iPhone 8

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How do you remove the old library? It would be nice if the manual discussed thus and gave step by step instructions.

 

click the - sign in that window... then click the + sign to add a library...

You really not that fast with A+ or Mac :-)


If You Got Ears, You Gotta ListenCaptain Beefheart

 

MacMini, i5, 2.5GHz, SSD, 16Gb, 10.15 > Audirvana Plus 3.5.24 > Wyred DAC2 DSD Special Edition >
Proceed AMP2 > Focal Cobalt 826 Signature Series > Audirvana Remote > iPhone 8

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then you'll see in the right corner of the main window of Audirvana under the logo, the syncing line going till it is finished loading your library... could be long depending on how much albums you have... let it finished... then play with the editing... i wish you are alreadyusing 2.6.1 to do that, much faster then 2.5.4


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MacMini, i5, 2.5GHz, SSD, 16Gb, 10.15 > Audirvana Plus 3.5.24 > Wyred DAC2 DSD Special Edition >
Proceed AMP2 > Focal Cobalt 826 Signature Series > Audirvana Remote > iPhone 8

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