There’s actually another way to do it now that’s probably a bit easier. You can do a metadata dump/reload. In that methodology the relative paths of the content between computers doesn’t matter so long as you have copied everything over correctly.
Here’s the basics of that methodology.
Inside DS, with the CMS running and categories visible (on the Content Library pane):
1) OLDCOMP: Click on the Context Menu at the top of the Content Library pane Tab.
2) OLDCOMP: Select “Content DB Maintenance”
3) OLDCOMP: Ensure that ONLY “Export User Data” is checked.
4) OLDCOMP: Click Accept.
5) OLDCOMP: Wait. (This could be a VERY long way, depending on the size of your database. It takes my computer about 3 hours to dump my entire database. Do not be alarmed if DAZ Studio apparently begins to “Fail to Respond” just ignore this and continue to wait.)
6) OLDCOMP: Once it’s done, look in your first defined DAZ Studio format directory under “Runtime/Support/” (check your directory mappings if you don’t know which one this is)
7) OLDCOMP: You should find one or more files that are named like “UserData_X.dsx” where “X” is some number.
8) OLDCOMP: Copy THESE files to your first named DAZ Studio format directory (again to the Runtime/Support sub-folder) on the NEW computer (after all your content directories are copied).
Now switch to the New Computer.
1) NEWCOMP: Make certain you’re on the Content Library tab.
2) NEWCOMP: Click the Context Menu at the top of the Content Library Tab.
3) NEWCOMP: Select “Content DB Maintenance”
4) NEWCOMP: Check “Re-Import Metadata” (and only this)
5) NEWCOMP: Click Accept and WAIT. Again, this could take a very long time.
6) NEWCOMP: Done!