My Firefox on my new install of the computer does not recognize the password of the previous computer files.

I have a new computer running Windows 7 Professional. I installed Firefox and copied all the files in the Firefox profile on my old system to the new profile. All of my bookmarks, extensions, etc. are on the new system, but I got passwords with a master password, and none of it is there.
I checked and key3 and logins.json files are in the profile and are the same size as the previous ones.
How to activate passwords on the new system?
Thank you

OK - I have re-copied these two files in the new profile and it works now.

Thank you

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