To get the advantages of new features as well as for data safety reasons, you are recommeded to upgrade to the latest
version of SpeedBase available.
This page describes how to downgrade your existing installation to an older version in case of exceptional conditions.
Beware that, an older version of SpeedBase will not be able to open an upgraded version of your database. You will have
to restore the latest backup which was created with the older version of SpeedBase. So any changes you made after
the last upgrade will be lost.
Tip: If SpeedBase does not recognize the restored backup file again, you most possibly have selected a backup
which also was created with the newer version. Try selecting and restoring a more older backup in this case.
- Exit SpeedBase. To ensure proper termination of the software, you should click "exit" from the "data" menu of SpeedBase.
Alternatively you may right click the SB icon on system tray and select "exit". Terminating from the application menu prevents it
running in the background on windows taskbar.
If you are running a multiuser edition (TeamWork), make sure that all instances of SpeedBase have been terminated on all machines.
- Uninstall SpeedBase either from the uninstall link on start menu or control panel.
- Download the older version you wish given on this page and install.
- Start SpeedBase. If it does not recognize your database file, open connection settings window and restore
the latest backup available which was created with the older version of SpeedBase.
Download Links for Older Versions of SpeedBase
You may find download links of the older versions of SpeedBase on the upgrade page.