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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
It depends on how you copied your files to the SmartDisk.
If you used the "normal" method of copying files/folders in Windows, then just connect it to the new computer.
If you used some "backup" software from Verbatim to write "backup" files,
then you'll need to install that software on the new computer,
in order to retrieve from those "backup" images.
no you can what you have to use is files and setting transfer wizard in windows xp
you can start the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard by clicking Start on the computer running Windows XP, pointing to All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, and then clickingFiles and Settings TransferWizard. (If both computers are running XP, you can start with either one.) just select "i want create wizard disk in following drive " and select you external disk drive tha will do the trick...
Assuming the seagate is still working, it would be a simple matter copying the seagate to another hard drive. Need more info for your problem. Operating system, your new drive, in computer case or not.
have you installed a new hard drive, or have a new comp. you want to transfer the data to.
With pc turned off plug the USB drive into new PC and boot it up. Now on new pc it should auto detect and install the USB drive. Now goto Computer and you will see your USB drive there. Open that up now its as easy as copying anything you like and pasting to whever you want to keep it on new pc
Hi, It looks like you have not formatted your New Toshiba hard disk: So 1.Insert your hard disk, open My Computer 2.Right click on the Hard disk, click on Format, then under file system, click drop down box and choose NTFS; go down to format options and click Quick Format - Start 3.Try copying again Give me a feedback! Good Luck
If you were using the windows migration tool or Easy transfer utility to move everything off the old computer you will need to use the same program in Start, All Programs, Accessories, System tools to access the large single file that all your old information is stored in.
If you were using a different method reply back with a little more info on the method you were using and I can offer more suggestions.
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.