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Hi there,

So I just got a new HD & Desktop Evernote won't let me sign in to the desktop version on the new HD because I guess it thinks I'm still using it on the old HD & I have the app on my phone too.

So what do I have to do with the old HD so I can open it on the new HD?

And do I need to back anything up?

Thanks a ton

 

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I'm guessing you're running into the simultaneous device limit.1263321260_ScreenShot2018-07-22at14_55_33.png.977748efb2f4408577c4cf13aa0432e7.png
Evernote displays a device list in your user settings.  Use this list to revoke access to inactive devices
Make sure you sync your data before dropping a device.

>>And do I need to back anything up?

With  your data sync'd to the server (no local notebooks); you're already backed up.
When you login on the new device, a copy of your data will be downloaded.

 

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1 hour ago, DTLow said:

I'm guessing you're running into the simultaneous device limit.1263321260_ScreenShot2018-07-22at14_55_33.png.977748efb2f4408577c4cf13aa0432e7.png
Evernote displays a device list in your user settings.  Use this list to revoke access to inactive devices
Make sure you sync your data before dropping a device.

>>And do I need to back anything up?

With  your data sync'd to the server (no local notebooks); you're already backed up.
When you login on the new device, a copy of your data will be downloaded.

 

Hi there,

Thanks for responding.

All Done!

Have a lovely rest of your night. :)

 

 

 

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Hey DTLow! 
Thanks for sharing this kind info. it really helps me in this topic of hard drive.Looking for answer from different persons but you have solved my problem.This reply is just Appreciation from my side

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