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I copied the digikam database files from my PC to my laptop, but digikam ignored them and recreated its database. How can I copy the digikam data back to the PC without the same thing happening? The issue arises because digikam assigns a unique volume identifier to each disk. I tried following the recommended procedure:- Open digikam; change collection from internal disk to removeable disk. It didn’t work. digikam did exactly what I described in the first paragraph.

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I can transform my database among computers by changing uuid in digikam4.db and thumbnails-digikam.db to suite the paths in the new drive. Download the program in this (old) post, then "Find and Replace" old paths to the new ones.

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