I'm using Neo4j desktop on Windows 10.
Usual 'port conflict' problem occurred so I had to backup "c:\user....Neo4jDesktop" and "c:\user...\AppData\Roaming\Neo4j Desktop" and uninstall/reinstall Neo4j Desktop.
After reinstalling I copied "c:\user...\Neo4jDesktop" (also provided by Neo4j Desktop uninstaller) but not AppData\Roaming, because it looked working fine.
But then I get this error message on starting the DB restored from the backup:
"Password has been changed Local Graph password has been changed. Please enter Graph password: Graph password * You can ignore this change until the next Graph start. "
I tried my old password but it says "Failed - not a valid password"
So I tried selecting 'Ignore' and browse with Neo4j browser (and with chrome: 7474)
and no queries are processed.
match (n) return n ERROR #### Neo.TransientError.Database.DatabaseUnavailable Database 'graph.db' is unavailable.
In My Project tab Neo4j Desktop 1.2.4 window, the dashboard says the DB has 16 nodes (6 labels), 8 relationships (1 types),
but on Neo4j browser, Node labels: there are no labels in database, Relationship Types: NO relationships in DB, ...
(same for web browser)
Connections status seems ok:
You are connected as user
Connection credentials are stored in your web browser.
How do you people upgrade Neo4j when there's a possibility of losing all data?!