Having been disappointed with Logos 4’s performance after I imported my Libronix 3.x Notes and Markups, I decided to buy a new Notebook. Slowly, I am reinstalling my programs and testing out Logos 4. I plan to do a seperate blog entry with on my results, but have been very satisfied so far. But onward with today’s topic…
Over the summer (while my Precepts class is on break), I will be doing a more traditional Bible Study on the book of Mark, and we needed some questions for the group. “Perfect,” I thought, “I bought Logos Lesson Builder exactly for this.” Too bad I didn’t have it installed on my new PC. Worst still, I had no idea where my CD was. No problem at all it turns out. I moved it from my 32-bit XP system to a 64-bit Windows 7 system. Here’s how…
- Make sure Logos Lesson Builder is closed.
- Copy “C:\LRSystem” and “C:\Program Files\Logos Lesson Builder” to a USB drive. You only need about 20 megs of free space if you have just the base program.
- Copy the directories to the equivalant locations on your new PC. If you are using 64-bit Vista/Windows 7 you need to use” C:\Program Files (x86)” instead of “C:\Program Files” for the 2nd path.
- Create a Shortcut to “C:\Program Files\Logos Lesson Builder\LLB.EXE” on your desktop.
- Now test it out. (You should not need to run this as an Administrator unless you are buying/adding new resources.)
Note that you may need to install the patch available on Morris Proctor’s site if you are copying from a system with an old OS than XP.