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Please note that the demands of a given project will the recommended ‘Cache Level’ setting.For example, on the same computer, a large Hollywood Orchestra template will require a higher ‘Cache Level’ setting than a small project using a less demanding PLAY Library, like Fab Four.Make sure the SSD is connected using either a USB 3.0 or Thunderbolt connection for external enclosures.For instructions on transferring your Play Libraries to a new hard drive, please see the following: FAQ: How can I transfer my Play Libraries to a new hard drive?Then, drag the Main Library folder for a given product from it's existing location and drop it into the new Play Libraries folder on the other drive. For optimum performance, we recommend transferring the Play Libraries to a Solid State Drive (SSD).This enables you to run the most demanding collections and will significantly cut down on loading time as well as boost overall performance.
For instructions for transferring your Play Libraries to multiple drives, please see the following: FAQ: Can I spread my Play Libraries across multiple hard drives?
If your license(s) are activated on the computer you're moving from (called a machine license) you'll need to deactivate the existing machine license first, then activate it to the new computer.
To deactivate an existing machine license, launch the Installation Center on your old computer, and go to a product in the list.
In the Installation Center, click the "Activate" button near the top and you'll be given the option to activate your license on your registered i Lok key or as a machine-based license.
Make sure your i Lok key is plugged in if that's your preferred option.