Problems With Files & Settings Transfer Wizard
I disconnected from Dad's machine and went out: when I came back I had a phone message from him that it worked: it actually frigging worked. I formatted the computer. Related sites Files and Settings Transfer Wizard - a guide written by MVP Gary Woodruff FastConv Instructions - from BleepingComputer.com forum Tips 1 | Tips 2| Tips 3 | Home| IE If you do that the wizard uses different name for the backup file and there is a "status" file that is usually there but Unfortunately, I don't have that file so http://scvanet.org/problems-with/problems-with-system-integrity-scan-wizard.html
Thanks.After you save to the hard drive, remove the read only attribute from each file.See:http://insideoe.tomsterdam.com/backup/index.htm SavagePenguinFeb 14, 2006, 9:31 PM This is a common problem.The "Files and Settings Transfer Wizard" software Inside the destination folder, the tool creates a Usmt2.unc folder with a Status file and the normal store files. Saga LoutFeb 18, 2013, 10:22 PM This is beginning to border on the off-topic. Reply Andy-Pennell says: June 27, 2006 at 6:48 pm Ian: I have successfully moved 9x settings to XP via FSTW, I did it when I upgraded my Dad's old machine, so
Reply Kirk Samuels says: September 24, 2007 at 5:07 pm The key factor seems to be that both systems have the same state of Hot Fix #KB896344. If you followed these direction EXACTLY, you will successfully transfer the files and settings from your old backup to your new computer. Again, the length of time needed depends on the size of the files.
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- Running the File and Settings Transfer Wizard To start the File and Settings Transfer Wizard, run Setup.exe from the Windows XP CD-ROM on your old system.
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before or after I upgraded to SP3 on the new install. Step-by-Step: Running the FST Wizard on your old PC The first step is to run the FST Wizard, which can be found on the Windows XP Home or Professional CD-ROM, on Hey, how did you get so many answers in such a small amount of time? I am> trying to transfer it to the Laptop and it asks my to insert disk #1, when > I> click ok it says that this is not the correct disk!
You are indeed a life saver. Unfortunately the hotfix issue wasn't my problem so that didn't help either. Again, these files exist in an exported folder on another drive, which contains a bunch of exported items from the old version of the computer. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/29760-45-files-settings-transfer-wizard-problem Files and Settings Transfer Wizard problem...gave me USMT2..
Getting the backup to your new Windows XP installationNow that you've backed up your crucial files and settings, it's time to think about how you're going to get them to the Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. Where are those Outlook Express data files hidden again? If not why not try that and include hidden files and folders in the search.Also I might be talking through my hat here cus I'm not really sure about this but
http://windowsxp.mvps.org/fast.htm Scroll down where you can read this. http://scvanet.org/problems-with/problems-with-tdx-sys.html If I could have spent concentrated time on his problem I could have solved it in maybe eight actual days. It has roughly 225GB of space on the hard drive, 1gb ram, and a Pentium D 2.8ghz processor. valdaw87Feb 18, 2013, 1:37 PM CappsieOS IS WINDOWS XP sp3ii don't know what version migwiz is, how do i check?
All of my photos and word documents are on that drive.Thank you in advance. Again, I was never asked to make a FastWiz disk, as I already have a copy of XP on a CD. After a clean install of my XP again with SP2, I was unable to get my data back.I keep getting the following error- the location you specified does not contain stored weblink Download details: Update for Windows XP (KB896344) FYI, that update for released for a different purpose.
restart your comp each step to insurethe info is in the registry. I myself could not have 100% success with this tool, but it may work for you. Mr Burns, I'm sorry you haven't had a fix but a lot people looking to post advice will steer clear of subjects they aren't too strong on and if FAST is
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Reply John says: March 15, 2007 at 12:05 pm Thought I'd add a comment here - an alternative to removing the hot fix is to have the newer computer / version For more information on the above update, visit the following site: You cannot transfer files and settings from a computer that is running a 32-bit edition of Windows XP to a Theresulting folder with be similar to USMT2.UNC and the file will be something similar to IMG00001.DAT. That > was> last night and I successfully saved the settings on 1GB SD card.
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Reply Keith O says: February 3, 2007 at 7:35 pm Tried to use the FST Wizard - had a clean CD-RW in the E drive (the DVD/CD Drive) ready to go In my case it was: E:\LaptopBackup\As I'm always happy to chip in with support queries (maybe even send you the MigWiz.exe files) you can email me directly:adam [at] cappsie [dot] com My transfer was 268GB from a 300GB hard drive. I think it's main use must be for IT departments - "OK, here, your files and settings are transferred" - where the goal is to get onto the next job, without