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The answer depends upon some factors to consider carefully and find out about:
1. where is it looking for, for data, when you start it up?
2. does it need to be pointed to a specific location that you specify, in order to actually 'see' the data that is there?
3. is there data there, indeed (wherever 'there' is) ? is there tables of data, is there files containing the data and in the right format, as well as in the right place (according to (1) and (2)...) ?
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How about hidden files?
Do you know how to set a system so that hidden and system files are visible? if so, please do so (on the system that the old Medidata folder is coming from, not necessary on the new system though it wouldn't hurt), repeat the copy from the old Medidata folder, to the new folder, and see if it then sees the data as being actually present.
The hidden files cannot be selected until they are visible.
Unless the whole folder is copied, of course, that the hidden and/or system files are located within.
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