To determine if driver installation is your issue, launch device manager by holding down the Windows key and tapping "R" while holding the Windows Key. Click Start, hover over All Programs, and click Windows Easy Transfer on the old computer (i.e., the Microsoft® Windows® XP computer). I had quite naturally assumed (reasonably in my view) that Windows would know exactly what was needed and how to do it, so leave it to them! In the Choose the account you would like to change screen, click Create a new account. this contact form
Patrick March 22, 2010 herbert J Fellows Windows cannot open the easy transfer file after 2 hours of doing it! Are both machines on the same subnet? I have tried all the usual suspects such as a clean boot and uninstalling my antivirus to rule out third party interference. Anyway, I managed to recover my files with this life saver of a program here> http://www.visser.com.au/blog/migrecover-for-microsofts-windows-easy-transfer/ MigRecover Utility for Microsoft's Windows Easy Transfer. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/easy-transfer-not-working-401598/
You need to use Windows Backup or any number of other true backup programs to protect your data. I have used the tool for Win7 migration more than 100 times and this is a 1st for an error message? July 9, 2011 Ken I'm a network manager and PC Tech.
So, the next time I thought I would use the WET program, having read through the accompanying guide & mistakenly assumed it would be ‘a piece of cake’ (as the program Creating your account only takes a few minutes. any comments would be helpful. Join the community Back I agree Test your smarts. 88% of IT pros got this right.
The problem I encounter is that uploading to an external drive worked well but now the downloading cannot take place. Windows Easy Transfer Windows 10 Why did you make an image? –goblinbox Feb 10 '12 at 19:41 Both were connected to the same domain but still I opted for image because over the network It is better to use USB drive to copy your files. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-windows-easy-transfer-cant-transfer-your-files-and-settings-why.1063844/ With the Mac you can just ZIP up the MS Office folder from Applications, unzip it on a new Mac and it all just works (as SJ might say).
Windows Easy Transfer is also compatible with Windows XP, so data and settings can also be imported from Windows XP. Eject the CD/DVD from the old computer, and insert it into the new computer. Not only doesn't it work, if it did work, it would be incomplete! As such Quick Tips have not been reviewed, validated or approved by Dell and should be used with appropriate caution.
You will need to reinstall the programs any which way you transfer the data over, which can easily be the most time consuming aspect of transferring to a new PC. I'm connected to the domain, even my Microsoft Communicator is working fine on the new computer, I can access all the machines on the network, but I just can't do the Windows Easy Transfer Problems Click Start. I would think that the user preference settings being transferred would need to know where they belong on the new hard drive.
January 29, 2010 A Hardcastle Can I delete "windows easy transfer-items from old computer.MIG? weblink I got all my files with essay transfer but now that I went back to XP it doesn't recognized the files any suggestions? An external hard drive is perfect. I've never used Windows Easy Transfer (VIsta/7) or XPs old Files and Settings Transfer Wizard though I know how to and even have the special USB to USB cables.
Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? Is there any other opinions or advice that anyone would like to share? So ‘easy transfer isn't transferring all my documents or what?? http://filevox.com/easy-transfer/easy-transfer.html Sheesh.
Click Start to begin the transfer. Thank you in advance. I have tried only transferring a user account a few MBs large.
In the File Download window, click Save. I have pic and things probally in different places. Click Download Files Below, the page scrolls to the Download buttons. For Windows XP instructions, take note of the 2nd post on Microsoft's Answers forum by "Pareeeee": Pareeee's post on Microsoft's Answers forum. "You're currently logged on using a temporary profile.
Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Still looking for more help in the meantime. I can't emphasize how important those files are to me. http://filevox.com/easy-transfer/easy-transfer-xp-7.html Thread Status: Not open for further replies.
Thanks! Here's What to DoWayl on Bluetooth Audio in OpenELEC on the Raspberry PiKarine-Johanne on Ethernet for the Raspberry Pi Zero HomePrivacy © 2016 Plugable Technologies Send to Email Address Your Name Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion If so you need a true backup which is not what WET was ever intended to be.
What is the difference in using "touch file" and "> file" in creating a new file? My old pc OS is XP. Setting accessed as follows, Start > Control Panel > Network & Sharing > Change Advance Sharing > page down and uncheck "Password protected sharing" 2 This discussion has been inactive for NetworkYou can connect both computers to form either a temporary or permanent network and transfer files using this network.
i re-installed windows 7 on that same machine and now easy tranter displays a message dat it could not open the file i saved previously, so now my files are all share|improve this answer answered Mar 7 '13 at 2:33 Ian Green 1 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows7/transfer-files-and-settings-from-another-computer http://windows.microsoft.com/en-in/windows7/transferring-files-and-settings-frequently-asked-questions If you are using an old computer to a March 14, 2010 Patrick Dacre This is ok, IF there is applications compatibility across the board, which would be ‘unusual' to say the least, from XP to Windows 7.