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Updating an existing installation on a single PC - You may have saved data in the following locations, where 'OLD' is the version number of FL Studio you are updating from.

Create a FL Studio install folder in C:\Program Files (x86)\Image-Line\FL Studio NEW\ where NEW is the version number you are updating to (i.e C:\Program Files (x86)\Image-Line\FL Studio 12).

Minor revisions - FL Studio 12.0 to 12.1 for example.

The FL Studio installer will copy the new installation files into the existing FL Studio folder (..:\Program Files (x86)\Image-Line\FL Studio 12), unless you set it to install elsewhere. Each major revision is installed into a unique folder ..:\Program Files (x86)\Image-Line\FL Studio 11 vs ..:\Program Files\Image-Line\FL Studio 12.

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Once your Account is created, follow the steps as shown for 'Easy installation or update' above.

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There is no risk that you will lose your FL11 data updating to FL12, so long as you don't delete the FL Studio 11 installation folder before recovering any personal data (see below).

The only exception is if you have modified original FL Studio installation files, then these may be reset.

See the 'Default file locations' section below for more details.

For parallel minor revisions simply name the installation folder, during the installer dialog process, to something other than the default (i.e. Major revisions install in parallel by default (i.e. Some points to remember: Program shortcut - In the case of Parallel minor revisions, you will have to manually re-create a shortcut to the (file that runs the program) for the older version after the new parallel update is installed.

Well nothing is 'foolproof' really but here's the simplest method of making a FL Studio update or copying FL Studio between PCs and retaining all your files.