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I just replaced the hard disk of my Macbook Pro with a SSD and I'm performing migration of data.

I have Lion on the old hd and Mountain Lion on the ssd. I used Migration Assistant to transfer all the applications. However seems like Migration Assistant moves only the .app and not the preferences, since most of my apps where unconfigured. When I tried to launch 1Password it was unable to find the previous database.

I thought I could export manually the database and load it again on the new system, so I boot the system from my old hd. Strange news is that also booting from the old drive 1Password looks unable to find my passwords.

However my passwords should be safe, since I'm actually able to see them from Safari 1Password extension.

How can I recover my passwords and export them?

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As a note, the extension actually keeps a small local cache of some of those. Were you using Dropbox sync? –  jmlumpkin Aug 28 '12 at 12:49
    
Unfortunately not... –  Saphrosit Aug 28 '12 at 14:27
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