How to Transfer Your Spooky2 Personal Data from One Computer to Another 2

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Spooky2 can be a long-time friend to yourself and your family that guards you against all kinds of negative energies and bacteria. During the time, you may upgrade to a new computer or swap between different computers according to your use. Many people don’t want to lose their past scan results, personalized programs and presets when they change to a new laptop, as they are practical and valuable data during Rife sessions. Therefore, in this blog, we will explain in detail how you can copy and paste your Spooky2 personal data and Biofeedback scan results from one computer to another.

How to transfer your BFB scan results to another computer?

The results of your biofeedback scans are stored in the following file: Spooky2BFB_Frequencies.csv. Find this file under the Spooky2 folder in your old computer, which is where you have installed your Spooky2 software.

Copy the file ” BFB_Frequencies.csv ” to your new computer. You may use a flash drive or send an email to yourself with the file attached.

Paste your BFB scan result under the directory Spooky2 folder.

Please choose “Replace the file in the destination” if there is already a file with the same name existing in the Spooky2 folder.

If you have already finished BFB scans on the new computer and do not want to replace them with previous scans from the old computer, please follow the steps to save old scan results without losing new ones.

First, before you transfer the old BFB_Frequencies.csv file to the new computer, give it another name, e.g. BFB_FrequenciesOLD.csv.

Then, copy and paste this file to your new computer. Do NOT save it under the Spooky2 folder. You may save it to your desktop if it is handy.

Now, open the BFB_FrequenciesOLD.csv file and the BFB_Frequencies.csv file (in the Spooky2 folder) on your new computer.

In the BFB_FrequenciesOLD.csv file, select all the past scan results or the scan results that you want to combine. Check the date of the scan by looking at the content under Column A. Right-click your mouse and select “Copy”, or use the “ctrl+c” command to copy the data.

Paste the data to your BFB_Frequencies.csv file. Save it and exit.

Now, you have successfully transferred the old scan results.

How to transfer your custom programs to another computer?

Advanced users may have particular Rife frequencies that they prefer and create their programs on the Spooky2 software. In this case, if you want to transfer your custom programs to the new computer, please follow the steps below.

All the custom programs that you created are stored in the following file: Custom.csv.

Find this file under the Spooky2 folder in your old computer, which is where you have installed your Spooky2 software.

Copy the file ” Custom.csv ” to your new computer. You may use a flash drive or send an email to yourself with the file attached.

Paste the file under the directory Spooky2 folder.

Please choose “Replace the file in the destination” if there is already a file with the same name existing in the Spooky2 folder.

If you have already saved some custom programs on the new computer and do not want to replace them with the ones from the old computer, please follow the steps to save all of your custom programs.

First, before you transfer the old Custom.csv file to the new computer, give it another name, e.g. CustomOLD.csv.

Then, copy and paste this file to your new computer. Do NOT save it under the Spooky2 folder. You may save it to your desktop if it is handy.

Now, open the CustomOLD.csv file and the Custom.csv file (in the Spooky2 folder) on your new computer.

In the CustomOLD.csv file, select all the custom programs you created. Right-click your mouse and select “Copy”, or use the “ctrl+c” command to copy the data.

Paste the data to your Custom.csv file. Save it and exit.

Open your Spooky2 software.

Search the name of your custom programs under the Programs tab. All of the programs can be found on your software now.

You can check the video below for details:

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  1. This video is useless if you cannot read Chinese. Please redo it speaking more slowly, on a computer with English Not Chinese characters

    Roland N. Mansour
    1. hi ,pls send us the video’s link. We need to confirm it ,pls send the link to : [email protected]

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