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windows easy transfer

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Carlosk, Apr 5, 2010.

  1. Carlosk

    Carlosk Flightless Bird

    my son installed a false win 7 in my computer. its crash my computer i had
    to reinstall my computer with a quick restore to factory settings. my son
    was at least smart enough to back my up my pc using this win easy transfer
    program. problem now is that i can not reverse the back up using win easy
    transfer back to xp. what do i do? please help me.
    --
    carlosk
     
  2. HeyBub

    HeyBub Flightless Bird

    Carlosk wrote:
    > my son installed a false win 7 in my computer. its crash my computer
    > i had to reinstall my computer with a quick restore to factory
    > settings. my son was at least smart enough to back my up my pc using
    > this win easy transfer program. problem now is that i can not reverse
    > the back up using win easy transfer back to xp. what do i do? please
    > help me.


    Have your son fix it.

    Every day that it goes un-fixed, another sanction is applied: A whipping,
    loss of cell-phone, curfew, loss of computer time, mohawk haircut, '80's era
    clothing, no food, and so on.
     
  3. Bernd

    Bernd Flightless Bird

    -------- Original-Nachricht --------

    > my son installed a false win 7 in my computer. its crash my computer i had
    > to reinstall my computer with a quick restore to factory settings. my son
    > was at least smart enough to back my up my pc using this win easy transfer
    > program. problem now is that i can not reverse the back up using win easy
    > transfer back to xp. what do i do? please help me.


    Maybe this is of help (ignore Vista):

    http://www.winhelponline.com/blog/h...t-store-using-windows-easy-transfer-in-vista/
    and
    http://www.visser.com.au/blog/migrecover-for-microsofts-windows-easy-transfer/

    Bernd
     
  4. sanjacstudent14

    sanjacstudent14 Flightless Bird

    "Carlosk" wrote:

    > my son installed a false win 7 in my computer. its crash my computer i had
    > to reinstall my computer with a quick restore to factory settings. my son
    > was at least smart enough to back my up my pc using this win easy transfer
    > program. problem now is that i can not reverse the back up using win easy
    > transfer back to xp. what do i do? please help me.
    > --
    > carlosk


    Windows XP must have Windows XP SP2 or a later version installed.
    • Use a USB cable that connects two Windows-based computers.
    • Establish a network connection between two Windows-based computers.
    • Use removable media such as a USB flash drive or an external hard disk.
     

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