I know that I can open up the projects by going into the “Projects” menu item, but I will not be able to go back to the older version of TIA Portal. What is the easiest way to transfer all of the projects that I have already created with the previous version of TIA Portal into the current version of TIA Portal?
As you know, a few days ago, I stated that we had some problems with the update from TIA Portal version 13 to TIA Portal 14. These problems with the update were solved and we have been able to update all our users to the new version.
I have tried to open the projects with the TIA Portal version 14 and I can open the project without any problems. As soon as I close the project, the corrupted project file remains on my system.
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