Re: i want to transfer the files from my old CPU to my...
Well if you bought online then you hav eot go tou your downlado folder and burn it onto a really big cd depending on what the program is adn if you bought it at the store and you have the cd then install it duh no affence
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You can easily and safely use a USB pen drive with a large capacity to transfer all the files one by one , folder by folder with special markings to note the copy into the respective drives. You can also segregate the new drives to your need with personal files, general files and public files. Also picture and video downloads also can be listed and saved.Connect the USB to the old PC and transfer by copy or cut , then connect the usb after safe removal to the new PC and pasting to the new location.
If you are using windows Xp - there is a transfer files option that will help transfer files from one pc to another using a serial cable.
To find that option, go to start, programs - accessories and then system tools and slide down to file transfer and follow the prompts.
You can also burn the files you wish to transfer to a cd and insert it in the pc you wish to transfer them to and then open them one by one and save them. You can use a memory stick and save the files to it and then plug it into the usb port of the pc you want to transfer the files to and open the drive then save the files one by one to the new pc.
If the files are not too large in size, you can email them to yourself and then open your email account in the pc you wish to transfer the files to and save them to it.
The simplest way to transfer files from your old to your new computer is by using USB flash drives. Just save your files from the old computer onto the flash drive then plug this USB drive in to the new computer and save the files there. If you have large files, you can also use an external hard drive to copy and transfer files.
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.
Old computer 1. Copy all program files. 2. Go to start---->Run---->Type regedit 3. Press on computer and then click on file ---> export. 4. Chose your location and save it. ------------------------------------------------------------- New computer 1. Add all old computer program files to the new computer 2. Go to start---->Run---->Type regedit 3. Go to file and click import and chose the file you exported it. 4. Restart the computer when importing done 5. Enjoy your new COMPUTER =)
Both Windows XP and Windows 7 have a "Settings and File Transfer Wizard". Run the wizard on the "old" computer, and say that you are running it on the old computer, and it will save all your files.
Transport the files to your new computer (DVD-writer or USB memory-stick) and run the wizard, and say that you are running it on the new computer, and "import" your files & settings.
If you had given a password to windows vista on the the failed system. You would not be able to get into you files if they were saved in default folder like Documents >Pictures >music .
You need to use a data recovery sofware to do the job. A local tech would do the same for around 80$.