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Message 50491 - Posted: 9 Jan 2008, 16:19:14 UTC

Hi!

I set my computer up again, and so it got a new host-id.
I tried to merge both similar hosts, but what happened:
The host-credit-count begins new from zero, can that be restored to 6392.194058 credits please?
host-id is 715223
Thank you.

best regards, Nightshift
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Message 50559 - Posted: 11 Jan 2008, 4:34:32 UTC - in response to Message 50491.  

Hi!

I set my computer up again, and so it got a new host-id.
I tried to merge both similar hosts, but what happened:
The host-credit-count begins new from zero, can that be restored to 6392.194058 credits please?
host-id is 715223
Thank you.

best regards, Nightshift


Nightshift--

Your computers are hidden from the rest of the online community and this is going to limit how we can help you. For anyone who can help with this I have linked to the Host in question (715223)





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Message 50560 - Posted: 11 Jan 2008, 5:42:45 UTC - in response to Message 50491.  

What was the old hosts' id?

-KEL

Hi!

I set my computer up again, and so it got a new host-id.
I tried to merge both similar hosts, but what happened:
The host-credit-count begins new from zero, can that be restored to 6392.194058 credits please?
host-id is 715223
Thank you.

best regards, Nightshift



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