How to transfer programs and files from the old office of Windows XP to the new Windows 7 office
Just bought a new desktop computer Gateway with Windows 7. How can I transfer programs and files from my old EMachine with Windows XP.
Due type virus problems and the inability to get things working properly after I finally removed them, I tried to repair windows xp by using the disc that came with the computer (Systemax). Apparently, I managed to rInstaller windows xp pro with the new version under windows.0 and the old version under windows. The new windows.0 boots and is beautifully, and I can find with my old programs and data files. Unfortunately, none of the old programs seem to be accessible. I can reinstall most of them, but what a chore. I can not even the old windows at startup (it literally takes over half an hour) and many programs take a long time to come, if they. Virtually unusable.
What can I do to have access to the previous programs using the new installation of windows xp pro, so I can simply remove the old windows entirely or at least not do it as an option whenever I start.
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* original title - two Windows xp pro on drive, no partition, but one that doesn't work not correctly must the programs, and the 'good' version besoin.*
It seems that you have made a parallel installation on the system (installed a new operating system on the same partition), we recommend only if a person has to back up files/data that is present on the system.
You cannot transfer programs in this way and we do not recommend you to have two operating systems on the same partition. I suggest you to save files which and records that are important and then do a format clean installation of Windows XP on the system.
Unfortunately, you need to install the programs on the system in order to to use.
I suggest you to check the article mentioned below.
How to install or upgrade to Windows XP
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How can I transfer programs and files from my previous laptop running windows vista on my new one that works on windows 7? I have a 320 GB external hard drive... someone please help cause I have a lot of programs on my previous laptop which i have already paid and don't want to lose them or have to buy it again...
You can transfer data and settings using Windows Easy Transfer files
Programs need to be reinstalled. If you can reinstall the programs without having to pay for them still depends on the license agreement. Some programs allow you to transfer to another computer if remove you it from the current computer. Some programs allow multiple installations. Some programs require buying a new copy.
My old computer is an HP ME edition. I transferred programs and files to a HP with Vista Home Premium. Will the old programs and files, my computer run more slowly, and can I remove the old ME programs and files without interfearing with Vista OS? Thank you
First of all, you can not transfer programs from one computer to another - well, you can try, but it almost certainly won't work because the programs must be installled to make sure that ALL the files and registry entries are added correctly and created. Delete, nothing like you have transferred because it will be of no use and just take place.
As far that range from data, you can transfer data and should not affect the performance of your system (unless you have a LOT of files - and I mean a LOT). Move them to the appropriate folders in your user profile to make them easier to find (and backup).
Certainly, you can delete the old program files and data that you have transferred without causing any problem for Vista. Just be careful that you ONLY delete these files and do not delete Vista files accidentally while you do.
I hope this helps.
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I would remove ALL of my laptop which is running vista Sp2 and I have not a disk to install it from what can do?
Here are the different ways to reinstall Vista
Contact the manufacturer of the laptop computer and ask them to send you to vista recovery disks to reinstall the operating system back as it was when you bought it
they do it for a nominal cost of $
also ask them if you have a recovery partition on your hard drive to get back to the way you bought
you would normally press F8, F9, F10 or F11 or Alt + F10 or 0 to start to start the recovery process according to the manufacturer
Ask them of the exact key sequence
or borrow a vista microsoft dvd; not a HP, Acer recovery disk etc
Make sure that you borrow the correct 32-bit or 64-bit microsoft dvd to your computer
they contain all versions of vista
This is the product key that determines which version of vista is installed
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I have a few updates from XP to Windows 7. How to pin folders and files to the taskbar? I got a lot of these in my XP Quick Launch bar.
PIN Windows Explorer in the taskbar and you can right click to get your recently viewed files.
You can also add toolbars to the taskbar.
A toolbar can be any folder in Windows Explorer. So you can put any selection of files to a user created folder and access these files quickly thanks to a simple icon in your taskbar.
However, don't go overboard you can quickly run out of space on the taskbar. My toolbars are interspersed between the program pinned to the taskbar, tasks and links with the Noification area to the right. The section of the program will go to a second line below according to the needs and so you can limit the space allocated to programs if you wish.
How can I retrieve my files from the clouds after my hard drive has crashed - files were not deleted.
Don't know what your problem is - log on to Skydrive and recover the files that you need them, or download the app to Skydrive and they will all be uploaded at the same time.
Recently, I myself in a dilemma. I installed 4 additional disks with the intention of creating a RAID volume supported by the BIOS. To do this, I need to change the BIOS setting of the controller which includes all the volumes, including my boot drive (that I don't intend to RAID). The problem I have is that when I pass the UEFI to RAID controller, Windows Recovery will not use the System Image I did. He said that the volume was created under a different arrangement (Bios vs. EFI).
What are my options? Is there a different backup setting, which allows to keep all my installed software? I am not concerned with the data that I can copy it to an external volume, but it would take several days to get all of my software reinstalled. I would like to avoid this. I guess I'll have to reinstall Windows Pro 8.1 and then use a backup program to restore everything. If this is the case, then I need to know which backup program will work. If there is a better way, I would like to know. I see my options in the form, get another backup program, get a map of controller for the boot drive or the RAID volume or just reinstall.
Thank you very much for the detailed information.
You can search the application using your favorite search engine, helping you to backup all programs and files without the System Image.
Note: Using third-party software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the use of third-party software can be solved. Software using third party is at your own risk.
For more information, you can ask your question on the TechNet forums
Hope the helps of information. Let us know if you need help with Windows related issues. We will be happy to help you.
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References to Vista also apply to Windows 7.
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To see everything that is in charge of startup - wait a few minutes without doing anything-
then right click on taskbar - task manager - take a look at stored by -
Process - Services - this is a quick reference (if you have a little box on)
Lower left - show for all users, then check that).
How to check and change Vista startup programs
Is a quick check to see who are loading method 2 - using MSCONFIG
then after a list of these here.
Tools that should help you:
Process Explorer - free - find out what files, registry keys, and other objects
processes have open, which DLLs they have loaded and more. This unique
powerful utility will show you even owned by each process.
Autoruns - free - see what programs are configured to start automatically
When your system boots and you connect. Autoruns shows you the complete list of
Locations of registry and files where applications can configure start automatic settings.
Monitor Monitor - free - file system, registry, process, thread and
Activity of the DLL in real-time.
There are many excellent free tools from Sysinternals
WhatsInStartUP - free - this utility displays the list of all applications that are
loaded automatically when Windows starts. For each application, what follows
the information is displayed: Type of startup (registry/Startup folder), Command - Line
Channel file, the product name, Version, company name, location in the registry or
file system and more. It allows you to easily disable or remove unwanted programs
that runs in your Windows startup.
There are many excellent free tools to NirSoft
Window Watcher - free - do you know what is running on your computer? Maybe
not. The window Watcher says it all, every window created by each execution of the statement
program, if the window is visible or not.
Many excellent free tools and an excellent newsletter at Karenware
Hope these helps.
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Original title: Easy Transfer password XP to Windows 7.
I try to use Easy Transfer to move files from my old computer to new computer (XP to Windows 7). I didn't have a password on my old computer, but cannot transfer to the new without one. I tried every password I never used (caps on and outside), as well as the code given at the beginning of the Easy Transfer, but nothing works. What can I do? (I use an external hard drive)
If I'm wrong, please let us know why, but my assumptions that are
- Your old XP machine is usable
- It still allows to log
- There is no password required when you don't sign
So you can try this...
- Click Start
- Click on Control Panel
- Click on user accounts
- Give your XP logon password
- Restart your XP machine
- Try Easy Transfer and him give the password that you set in step 4
How do monitors vecteurscopes and waveform with the new update in first Pro CC?
Press the COLOR at the top of the interface or go to the window workspace and select Lumetri Scopes.
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How to open a psdx file in the new photoshop?
Hey o Studio,
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How can I transfer files from my old sony pc running vista for my laptop new HP 17-j003 Windows 8
Welcome to the HP, Roodie forum.
There is an easy way to do it using Microsoft Windows Easy Transfer :
If you do not want to transfer files using the easy transfer method, you can manually make the copy.
- You can connect the systems on the same network,
- Define the folders that contain your data transfer to 'Share' on the network
- Map the drive on your new Vista computer system network
- Copy the data you want to transfer
On the Vista Machine:
- Open a Windows Explorer window,
- Right click on the folder that contains the data you want to 'share' (transfer)
- Click Properties > share > share and follow the instructions to allow the folder to be shared on the network
On the Machine Windows 8:
- Windows key (opens the start screen) > anywhere type 'computer' >
- Click on "computer" to open the "Computer" File Explorer window >
- Click map network drive and follow the instructions to map the drive
Don't forget: If your account name is different on the Vista computer, you will need to click on "Sign in using different credentials" and then enter the name of the account on the Vista computer AND the password for this account.
You can do this with the upper or lower level folders folder level - as long as the folder is shared, you should have general access to the data it contains.
There are cases where you will not end up being "owner" of the data transferred - you will have to perhaps enter and adjust the property for files / folders after they are copied to the computer of Windows 8.
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I just bought a new computer and installed Age of Empire III. I want to transfer my saved the civilization (or townhouse) from the old computer to my new computer. Help, please.
Hi Matthew Dragon,.
Thank you for visiting Microsoft Answers.
You can transfer data from one computer to another, but you can't transfer programs. Unless it's portable and requires no installation.
I suggest you to install the game in the new computer and copy the game files (including save game files) from your old computer and save it in the same place in your new computer.
Backup set files will be in the folder where the game is installed or in my documents.
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Original title: data recovery
Is there a program that will allow me to recover programs and files that have been written too by a full system restore? I had to do a complete system restore, because the computer has been locked up in a start of the closed loop cycle.
1. don't you restore the computer to factory settings?
2. do you just restore the computer to an earlier time by using the system restore feature in Windows XP?
If you restore the computer to its factory settings, you will then get in touch with the manufacturer of the system for more support options.
If you had just restored the computer to an earlier time using System Restore, you can undo the system restore to revert back the changes.
See the article "How to undo a restoration of the system after performing a system restore" in this article of the
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