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I recently purchased a new computer with Windows 7. How can I transfer The program Sierra Generations from my old hard drive to the new one? Reinhard Jansson rjansson@mts.net

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  • rjansson Dec 30, 2010

    Is there a version of "Sierra Family Tree" to be had that is compatible with Windows 7?

  • rjansson Jan 04, 2011

    Thanx, I will try yourm suggestions shortly.

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Hi Reinhard Sierra Generations Family Tree Liberty Edition Year 2000 is not compatible to Windows 7. You cannot do that.

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  • Byron Narciso Dec 31, 2010

    sadly no available version yet from Sierra Family Tree that is compatible to windows 7. what you can do is try other softwares like Family Tree Maker 2010, Gaia Family Tree, Family Tree Heritage, these are the softwares that microsoft checked and authorize to run in Windows 7.

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