Hello. I was a 1 year license holder which is about to expire in 48 hours or so, with the recent direction changes of ownership/business plan, I am not so sure I would like to remain as a customer... at least not until things have been settled for good for once and all. That being said, I'm the type of user who does automated restores of my entire operating system every two weeks or so, which as you have probably guessed by now, wipes the entire contents of my hostdrive, aka C:\ and re-writes it all over from the backup file. Now, I've been peeking at other threads here and there and they all claim there is a local database on our systems that can be "copied" over manually from PCs to PCs etc, according to the following thread, the cached database of decrypted Blu-Ray discs should be located somewhere within C:\ProgramData\SlySoft\AnyDVD\. https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/whe...and-can-i-saved-it-to-another-location.68366/ However on my system, I see no such local database, I do have said directory but it only contains two files; AnyDVD.chk (.chk = check file?) and a tiny encrypted non human readable file AnyDVD.lic (.lic = license file?) which appears to contain details about my license (which again expires in 48 hours or so). Also according to this second thread right here, forum user named "Peer" whom appears to be from the Redfox development team stated that the right directory indeed was "C:\ProgramData\Slysoft\AnyDVD\" and that the local database filename should be vidcache.bin. https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/online-decrypt-database-problem.50823/#post-329816 However there again, I have scanned my entire hostdrive C:\ and have yet to locate *any* file with a such name, I simply have no vidcache.bin file on my host drive, at all. Now, in about a week or so, I have my next scheduled automatic system restore at 3:00AM, which will wipe my entire system (and I like it that way), by then my one year AnyDVD HD 220.127.116.11 license will have expired and it would seem logical for my access to the OPD revoked (which again makes sense, that isn't the point of the thread, really, I'm fine with that). My concern is that if at the same time if I don't hold a local database file of the 600 Blu-Rays I have decrypted over the past days saved up somewhere on a different/separate data drive/partition, then I'm pretty much fucked. My ultimate question is: Could anyone tell me exactly where in the world is stored the real local database of discs we already have decrypted?!? PS: By the way, if that should matter, my operating system is Windows 7 Enterprise and I'm logged on the console with a local Administrator account profile. Cheers.