How can I backup my ranges on Equilab?

• Bronze
Joined: 24.04.2012
I've made a bunch of ranges on equilab and I'd like to back them up on a disc.

How can I do this?
• 7 replies
• Bronze
Joined: 16.11.2010
Hio.
Make a copy of the file "PreflopUserdefined.ini".
I'm using Windows 8 and here it can be found at c:\users\x\appdata\local\equilab.
• Super Moderator
Super Moderator
Joined: 02.09.2010
Originally posted by baboKeisari
Hio.
Make a copy of the file "PreflopUserdefined.ini".
I'm using Windows 8 and here it can be found at c:\users\x\appdata\local\equilab.
Thanks baboKeisari!

The above path (where 'x' is your username) also works in Windows 7.

A quick way to get to that folder is %appdata%\equilab

In XP it is a bit different, but I no longer have the exact path.

--VS
• Bronze
Joined: 24.04.2012
Thanks for that. It took me ages constructing them and I'd hate to lose them.
• Basic
Joined: 20.04.2015
It should work just fine http://e-six-sigma.net/ on Mac OS X. Haven't tried it personally however.
• Bronze
Joined: 20.05.2013
Originally posted by VorpalF2F
Originally posted by baboKeisari
Hio.
Make a copy of the file "PreflopUserdefined.ini".
I'm using Windows 8 and here it can be found at c:\users\x\appdata\local\equilab.
Thanks baboKeisari!

The above path (where 'x' is your username) also works in Windows 7.

A quick way to get to that folder is %appdata%\equilab

In XP it is a bit different, but I no longer have the exact path.

--VS
I have Windows 7 but cannot find the folder . Tried both paths.
• Bronze
Joined: 20.05.2013
Originally posted by tightfish19
Originally posted by VorpalF2F
Originally posted by baboKeisari
Hio.
Make a copy of the file "PreflopUserdefined.ini".
I'm using Windows 8 and here it can be found at c:\users\x\appdata\local\equilab.
Thanks baboKeisari!

The above path (where 'x' is your username) also works in Windows 7.

A quick way to get to that folder is %appdata%\equilab

In XP it is a bit different, but I no longer have the exact path.

--VS
I have Windows 7 but cannot find the folder . Tried both paths.
Finally found it but says its a TEF File. Cannot open it. Any ideas.
Thanks
• Bronze
Joined: 27.05.2010