transferring files to a new computer

  Canute 15:25 09 Jan 03
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  Canute 15:25 09 Jan 03

Has anybody got any tips on the easiest method of transferring information from old to new computer which uses Millennium to new which uses XP Home?

Thank you

  Gongoozler 15:29 09 Jan 03

Canute, what information do you want to transfer?

  Sir Radfordin™ 15:52 09 Jan 03

Have you looked at the File and Transfer wizzard in XP? Does a nice quick and simple job.

  jazzypop 15:56 09 Jan 03

1. Take the drive out of the old PC, fit it to the new one as a slave, drag & drop in Explorer

2. Use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard ib XP

3. Network them and transfer them over

4. Copy to CD

All of these will work, it depends on your specific situation as to which is best, e.g. will you have access to both PCs at once, are you OK with installing a new drive, setting up a network, etc.

WHatever method you use, you will not be able to just reuse your existing programs - they will need to be re-nstalled, so that they are integrated into the new Registry on the XP PC

  jazzypop 15:58 09 Jan 03

Same info, just spell-checked this time :)

1. Take the drive out of the old PC, fit it to the new one as a slave, drag & drop in Explorer

2. Use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard in XP

3. Network them and transfer them over

4. Copy to CD

All of these will work, it depends on your specific situation as to which is best, e.g. will you have access to both PCs at once, are you OK with installing a new drive, setting up a network, do you have a CD writer, etc.

Whatever method you use, you will not be able to just reuse your existing programs - they will need to be re-installed, so that they are integrated into the new Registry on the XP PC

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