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sounds like a faulty drive, afraid without sending it off only way you will be able to get info off is by transfering it bit by bit, best u use cut files at least u dont have to keep copying same files over and over that way
So that you will be able to transfer your file from one PC to the other you have to share your folder first.
1. Share your folder in your old computer. Right click the folder then click Properties and Choose Sharing Tab. Check Share this folder (For windows 7 or vista you have to click Advance sharing button first)
2. Open your explorer from the other computer and Choose Network. Now, you should see the shared folder where your files are. Then start copying the files to your new computer.
*Note: you can also delete the files from the other computer by setting permission of the folder properties.
To transfer files from an old computer you can use USB or flash drives, copy the files from your Old Computer to Flash drive, after copying---attach the flash drive to your new computer then copy the files and save it. This is the easiest way to transfer files.
Other way of transferring;
-You can also transfer files by Burning your files into a CD/DVD and copy it to your new computer. -Get your hard disk from the old computer and attached it to your new computer -Or connect/network your two computers.
I recommend USB or Flash drives, the simplest and easy way.
If that is an external harddrive you can do it hassel free. just connect that with your new pc via usb and easily it will open as it opens for Flash drive or SD reader etc. thats all. for further enquiry please put comment on this post.... Good Luck
1.) 4GB flash drive
2.) External USB drive (320GB or more)
3.) Burn CD or DVD on the desktop and copy to the laptop
4.) Connect them in a local or ad hoc network (not too easy)
I'm sure other expers will have more ideas...
Anyway, at the desktop, run the "Files and Settings Transfer Wizard" to gather your desktop info, such as favorites, desktop icons, My Documents, etc:
[Files and Transfer Wizard] [Next]
At the desktop, answwer [Old Computer] [Next]
Cintinue to answer the questions
If you have a lot of music or loots of pictures, then just transfer the "Settings Only".
After a successful transfer of the settings, run the wizard again and transfer your "Data Only"
u can take backup of data by harddisk to harddisk. Connect your old
computer harddisk to new computer then simply power up the new computer
then u find both harddik then simply take backup of old data to new
if one way to solve this. just u do that you remove the harddisk from your old computer. and connect in your new model(just remove ur cd drive cable then only you can connect the harddisk). if u want to copy old files from your cd to computer. use isobuster1.1ver. but if all your old software are not possible to on a vista
Hi, i guess you mean you are trying to copy your old information from your old PC to your new one, you can only transfer information like my documents, pictures, music etc from your old pc, It wont work for Programs. If you try copying the folders for old programs and using them it wont work,
Only thing you can do is backup word documents, letters, pictures and copy them to the new pc. by going into view my files on the autoplay option.