Move the host storage folders and their contents from the old host to the new host. Obviously, this must be done such that the new storage locations are equal to or larger in size than the old storage locations in order to fit the data. Additionally, the hosting folders need to be accessible in the new machine in the exact same path. For instance, if the host was hosting files in a folder located on D:/Misc/Sia, the new computer will need to have a drive called “D:” and the hosting files placed exactly in /Misc/Sia. This last requirement makes it impossible to transfer a host from the OS of one family to an OS of a different family (for example, from Linux to Windows), as the drive routes are different.