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Data transfer from Windows7 to Windows10

Q: Data transfer from Windows7 to Windows10

Okay let me explain my issue hopefully clearer. My desktop computer used Windows 7. I had Microsoft Office 2007 on it and used Excel for my personal finances. I backed up my entire computer on an external hard drive(WD My Passport). My finances also backed up on a flash drive.My computer crashed. My new desktop uses Windows 10. I have tried to open the flash drive and it comes up stating it cannot read Word 2007. Any suggestions?

Preferred Solution: Data transfer from Windows7 to Windows10

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A: Data transfer from Windows7 to Windows10

Hi MELG8, and welcome to TSG.

Are your finance files saved to the flash drive as individual MS-Word and MS-Excel documents?

Are you having problems opening the flash drive to view the list of files saved on it or opening the files that are saved on it?

Did you install MS-Office 2007 or newer on your new computer?

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i have been posting about this before but now i have the error code so better to create an new discussion
Tried again to upgrade from 7 to 10 but i get an error code
for this reason the installation failed
I did read on internet about the error code but looks like if there is no solution...............why Microsoft keeps bothering nee about thi bloody upgrade instead of getting a fix about this problem because looks like if many are having this problem

If you can help fine or this time i will really forget about this upgrade


A:From Windows7 to Windows10

Hi Sony,
try a clean install, tutorial from our sister W10 site.
Clean Install Windows 10 Directly without having to Upgrade First - Windows 10 Forums

note that error code relates to a Bios problem, update yours


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how do i update from windows7 to windows10 please help me out.

A:how do i update from windows7 to windows10

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 simply follow instructions

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Just wondering if you get a free update from windows 7 to windows10,do you receive a product activation key or anything else?I have windows 7 home at the moment,so will windows 10 give me the same(home version).I have a dell inspiron 620 2012,64 bit with 8gb of ram.Is it better just to buy a windows 10 brand new pro version instead through amazon?Thanks.

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I bought a new tower computer preinstalled with Windows10 to replace one with Windows 7 that is unfixable. I have two other laptops, one vista, one windows xp. I don't want to incur any problems with incompatibility issues. What do I have to do with old computer re windows 7 to then install that windows 7 on the new computer? Can this even be done? If it can, how do I set up a new partition? These are a few of the questions I have.

A:Downgrading from Windows10 to Windows7

Having a little trouble understanding exactly what you want to do. Do you want to install Windows 7 on the new computer and use the Product Key that is/was on the defunct computer? If so ...

You can do that if the Windows 7 is Retail. Most times it turns out to be OEM--either preinstalled on a PC from somebody like Acer, Dell, HP, etc., or else OEM System Builder's preinstalled on a custom build. OEM versions cannot be transferred to another computer.

Of course, before proceeding you want to check to make sure that Windows 7 drivers are provided for your new PC.

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how do i update from windows7 to windows10 please help me out.

A:how do i update from windows7 to windows10

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 simply follow instructions

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I have a zbook 16 g3, with windows7 as OS, so when I try to update to windows10 a message appears that says to remove HP Drive Encryption, can I uninstall that software? Or is this an indispensable?Sorry for my bad englis and thank you

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@Matte_c? Not at all sure about a ZBook 16 -- the following update to the Client Security Manager software indicates that this new version of the program can withstand the migration process to Windows 10. Driver Business Notebooks as listed: sp74933.cvaSupersedes: sp74101.cva   (Information and Notebook list)Enhancements: This version of HP Client Security Manager is no longer blocked by the Windows 10 upgrade (migration) process. After this package is installed, the system can be upgraded / migrated to Windows 10 without uninstalling HP Client Security Manager before running the Windows 10 upgrade.sp74933 Client Security Mgr V8.3.18.2044A W7-10 32/64bit When you see a Post that helps you,Inspires you, provides fresh insight,Or teaches you something new,Click the "Thumbs Up" on that Post. Click my Answer Accept as Solution to help others find Answers.

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I'm getting a new desktop computer with Windows10 installed. My question is can I make the desktop on Windows 10 look exactly like my Windows 7 desktop?

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I'd like to know if I can transfer a windows 7 product key (from an old computer that I don't need anymore) to windows 10 (new computer).
What I mean is by downloading this;
(This is the ISO file but its because I'm on the internet with an android device)
And filling out the downloaded file (downloaded from a USB and filling out the form in the new computer) with that product key.
I thank you in advance

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Hello everyone,

I just bought the Wireless N PCI Adapter (TL-WN851ND) from TP-LINK for my Windows 10 PC. It says that it's compatible for Windows 7/Vista/XP but it doesn't say Windows 10 on there. I thought that since it works on Windows 7, it will probably work on Windows 10 aswell, but since I inserted the card and have it running my computer freezes randomly and gives me a blue screen sometime later. The blue screen also says MACHINE_CHECK_EXCEPTION. Sometimes when I turn the PC on it will freeze and go to the blue screen while loading Windows 10.

Is there any possible way to make this adapter compatible for Windows 10 without it freezing all the time which leads to me having to reboot the computer over and over again?

A:Making a hardware for Windows7 compatible with Windows10 (Wifi card)

When I tried to install the driver that came with the hardware it said that it doesn't work on this operating system (Windows 10).
I installed a different random driver that I found in the internet, but it still freezes every now and then.

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It's sort of a weird problem, really. I have a mac with OS X connected to a vista PC through an ethernet cable. I'm able to access and copy folders with the pc, but when I do, only a small amount of the files are transferred. I'll tell it to copy a folder with several gigabytes, and it will successfully transfer like 100 mb. I need to transfer about 110 gb. I split it into a bunch of different folders, trying to do each one separately, but to no avail. No error message, or any other indication that there is a problem. It's as if vista simply ignores the majority of the files I'm trying to transfer. Any hints as to what might be happening? Thanks in advance <3

A:Data Transfer - Won't transfer all files at once.

Well, nearly 10 hours have passed, so I'm going to shamelessly self-bump this thread. Sorry :[

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windows 7-64-bit Computer cpu &Everthing 64-bit ( and 32-Bit Format have's got) 950 GB HDD Sata  
 On the last computer,  Backup $MFT tar.gz type,Backup $MFT Gzip type,Backup $MFT zip type,Backup $MFT ?so type,Backup $MFT Rar type,Backup $MFT 7-Zip Type,....And Fat32 data recover& warning "Not Enough Disk Space low Memory" PartedMagicLiveCd
Boot(Ubuntu Boot)  Latest computer, broke before's
Wipe HDD No Registry Change,,7-Zip,HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT, Zip Commands,Multimedia Formats ,ActiveXplugin and Negative Cleaner ActiveXplugin And Won't Boot Computer,,...  And Windows Application Data Recovery(Because Other's Ubuntu Application Data Recovery
Testdisk&PhotoRec)  Windows TestDisk&PhotoRec    Warning "Not Enough Disk Space  

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So my laptop's motherboard fried, and so I ended up creating a new desktop. I also got a usb enclosure for the old HDD, and managed to get most of the data off- with the exception of anything in my personal user folder- which includes documents, desktop files, and the download folder. Unfortunately, that is pretty much most of what I need/want. I have the old Username/password for my old windows account but I have no idea how to retrieve it, as it keeps denying me access. Any advice on how I should proceed?

A:Recovering personal data off an old windows7 HDD


You need to right click on the User/[user name] folder and select 'take ownership'. This should allow you access if you are logged on as an administrator.


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I upgraded my Dell desktop without issue, but i get the Windows error message 0X0 when attempting the upgrade on my HP laptop.  I spoke with HP support and they acknowledge that this is a known HP issue but unfortunately my warranty expired 24 days ago.  They suggested I try the chat room

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Is there any possiblity to lose the recovery if wiping the current Windows64 bit and replacing it with windows32 bit?How to dual both OS'es ?Where to get the windows32bit drivers from ?

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Has anybody figured out how to make an image of a data partition with Win7 imaging without it dragging the whole system partition along?

A:Image data partition only - Windows7 imaging

Hi Wolfgang -

You can do this from an elevated Command Prompt using:


I just used this to backup Image of my data partition E to external storage G

To avoid requests for user input during backup, end the command with -QUIET

The hitch is that this reimages to the same offset as original, per usual Win7 Imaging limitations.

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my computer rebooted itself twice last week and now i cant boot windows7 on my desktop i tried all the safe modes ect. I need to recover my data but dont know how or if my external hard drive will work while trying to do this. btw,i dont get a blue screen i get a screen with red,green,blue,yellow stripes all through it and it was beeping rapidly but i stopped that . its a windows7 64bit with a 32bit also on it. thx. SORRY i thought all the specs were there.

1yr old
Intel Pentium E6700 Processor 3.2GHz
1TB Hard Drive
Integrated Intel HD Graphics
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit

A:windows7 wont boot and need to know how to recover data external HD

Troubleshooting Windows 7 Failure to Boot

Is it the situation that you cannot boot even in the Safe Mode?

If so, try booting the Windows installer disk. Does it boot? Let us know.

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Can i install windows7 on an old hard drive with alot of data and no previous operating system, without deleting or harming that data (many folders of office files, music, pics and so forth)?

A:how do i install windows7 on an old hard drive with alot of data?

Quote: Originally Posted by irons

Can i install windows7 on an old hard drive with alot of data and no previous operating system, without deleting or harming that data (many folders of office files, music, pics and so forth)?

You can't install Windows on the same partition as the data without wiping out the data.

But you could do this:

Shrink the partition containing the data if it isn't full.

That would create "unallocated space".

Then make a new partition from that unallocated space.

Then install Windows to the new partition.

Whether it's practical in your case depends on full the drive is. If it's a 500 GB partition, with only 10 GB free, you couldn't shrink it enough to hold Windows.

But if it's a 500 GB partition with only 200 being used, you could shrink by 300, make a 300 GB new partition, and install to it.

But-----fiddling with partitions has some risk to the data. You are best advised to back the data up to some other drive first.

Best tool for the job is probably Partition Wizard.

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Unfortunately my disk is broken completely and I am not able to boot it anymore. Is there a way to download somewhere the data from the recovery partition?

My Model: Satellite A660-16Z (italian model)

Operating System: Windows 7

Next I tried to order from the web
the recovery image, but after inserting the serial number, the web-system shows me the message:

For your device no recovery medium can be ordered, because it comes either not from the region of Toshiba Europe, or it is too old for this service

thanks in advance

A:Satellite A660 Windows7 home recovery data needed

The notebook belongs definitely to European series so the only plausible reason why you cannot order the recovery disk is: notebook is too old.
In such case you can install only a clean Windows 7 system. The essential drivers are available on the Toshiba EU driver page and could be installed after the system installation.

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I need to transfer Programs & data from a Gateway with Vista to a HP with Windows 7.
I have an Ethernet FastCAT 5e Cable. I also have thumb drives and an external usb storage drive WD passport with approx 70 GB
Need help to know the easy way to do this transfer. Thanks

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I have 2 old Laptops and want to transfer data (a Dos Program) from one Laptop to the other (and don't have a floppy drive in the one that I'm taking Data From)..........what are my options?

Can it even be done?

Thanks in advance!

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I have a PC running windows ME, and a laptop running windows 2000 professional. I have a 9 pin serial cord to connect them, the PC has direct cable communication, but the laptop doesn't. The laptop does offer similar communication setup through networking, and both go through the motions of trying to talk, but no successful hookup. My goal is some small amounts of data transfer. Any advice???

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Im getting a new computer and i want to transfer some files from my old computer to the new one. I dont' really know how to go about this.

old computer:

dell 8200

New Computer:
AMD 3500+
asus a8v
x800 xt
raid 0 120gb SATA

Any help would be appreciated,


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I have a new Dell and an old Pionex and want to transfer data from the old to the new

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Hi all ,
I some times have to move data when a hdd fails . How do you find emails and transfer to the new drive.

A:data transfer

Depends on what email client you are using

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How can I get data from my old computer to my new laptop? I can't get into the old computer because it says 'The dependency service or group failed to start'. Help!!

A:transfer data

You could buy an external USB enclosure and place your hard drive in there, then connect it to the laptop.
You'll have to match two things: the size and the interface.
Size means 3? inch for desktop drives, 2? for laptop drives.
The interface means SATA (aka Serial ATA) vs. ATA (aka Parallel ATA aka PATA aka IDE aka EIDE).
illustration of what (desktop) SATA vs ATA looks like: http://attachments.techguy.org/attac...4/ata-sata.gif
also be sure it connects via USB (as opposed to eSATA (external SATA))
Here are some examples from newegg:

If the part about taking the hard drive out is the one you're wondering about, look at the illustrations on this page:
sometimes the screws are on the side and the drive is fastened to the computer case. sometimes screws hold the drive on mounting brackets, that slide the drive into the computer case like a tray.
and most important of all, always protect yourself from static (the biggest danger to electronics in general). touch the back of the computer case to discharge yourself prior to working. unplug the power cord from the wall. avoid wearing wool. avoid touching the bottom side of the drive with the printed circuits. also be very gentle with the drive. they're very sensitive to shocks (be careful not bumping it against the case, one of the more common pitfalls when putting it in or taking it out).

if you're wondering a... Read more

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I am using a Cidco mailstation (unlocked) as a sort of portable note-taking device. To retreive my notes I fax them to my computer with a homebuilt powered crossover, modem to modem. Then I have to convert them from .tif to .bmp using Windows. Then I need to adjust the resolution and size with Photo shop so my OCR can read them and pass them onto Word where I can correct all of the errors introduced by this convaluted process. What I would like to do is send the data from the Cidco to the computer as an email. Is this possible?

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I only have like 33 gb of memory left on my C Drive. I have a few things (a game, and some virus software) that I want to download. I have about 62 GB of memory available on my D Drive. I want to know how I get the new software I want to download to go onto the D drive, and If it is on the D drive will it still run and function properly. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Data Transfer

Hi, no probs everything will run fine. Lets say you want to install a game on d: When you insert the cd you will get a install box showing where it is to be installed by default (it may look like this) c:\Program Files\newgame or similar So when installing software you can change the install path manually just click in it and change the c: to d: and you can remove the program files path as well. So lets say you make a new folder on your d: drive and call it stuff and you want to put your new game in the stuff folder on d: it may look like this d:\stuff\newgame
Hope that helps a bit.

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I would like to write a small application in 'C' or 'VB' to transfer data from one PC to anther via a LAN using TCP/IP. I have written programs in both languages before but really have no idea how/what to do to get started. I just want to send dummy data (the alphabet or whatever) from one PC to the other one (not using a web page format). I'm not sure if this makes sense to anyone and I'm probably not explaining it very well, but if anyone has any links or anything to get me headed in the right direction I would appreciate it.

Thanks in Advance!!

A:Data Transfer PC to PC


I have always like www.freevbcode.com

They offer entirely free code and apps as well as decent explanations on what everything does. Most of it is user submitted and they cover a wide array of topics including networking.

Hope that helps!


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I just bought a laptop and i am going to use it as a download machine, how can i transfer utorrent and all of it's current torrents over form ym desktop to my laptop?

A:Data Transfer

hi, i wouldn't recommend using any p2p software because many of them come with bundled viruses and other types of malware.
You simply need to go to my documents and find a folder named utorrent or something similiar and the videos or any data you have saved will be onthere. to transfer it burn it onto a cd or copy and paste it to a usb.
if you can't find the file i believe you can right click on the file and choose explore or open folder and that will give you the location in the address bar once opened.

also check C:\downloads

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Hey Guys,

I'm getting a new PC today.

I was wondering how I would go about transferring all my files from my old computer to the new one. Is it just a matter of hooking up the two pcs with a usb? Will my new computer recognize the new pc just like it would an external hardrive?

Any other new advice for the new PC would be more than appreciated.


A:Transfer data to new PC

Which OS? Which files do you want to transfer? Do you have a home network?

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I convinced a friend to switch to my ISP. After switching, his computer would dial and connect but have no data transfer - even though it had worked with his old ISP. They accused the usrobotics56k modem and he installed a new v92 with no results.
Device manager shows everything OK. We tried connecting using my account so as to make sure it wasn't some problem with the ISP with the same results. (the ISP confirms that he does showed connected to their server)
I have seen this problem with one of my computers in the past but can't remember what I did to correct it. Can someone enlighten me!


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hello again...

1) I have an ADK Pro Audio DAW in my project studio that I use for digital audio recording, mixing, mastering, etc.

At the advice of ADK, I went out & got a dedicated office machine...used only for the internet & graphic apps.

I have been transferring data back & forth...(which is sometimes necessary)...by burning CDs/DVDs on one machine; & then moving the disc to the other.

But is there a way I can simply connect a USB cable between the two PCs & transfer data directly?

2) If this can be done...my only concern is that I utilize ONE Monitor...an LG L227WTG. The analog video input (VGA) on the monitor is connected to the office PC (a Compaq SR5610); & the digital video input (DVI) is connected to the audio PC. Normally, I turn off one PC before turning on the other; & then simply toggle the monitor's Source switch between analog & digital.

can I toggle this switch while both PCs are up-and-running without blowing up the monitor?

thanks very much,

A:Transfer Data via USB...between 2 PCs ???

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I am trying to help a friend transfer picture/document data from an old Windows 98SE system to their new Windows Vista system. Since USB memory stick drivers weren't available/stable for Win98SE, simply grabbing the data directly from the system was not an option.

I decided to remove the FAT32-formatted EIDE drive from the Win98SE system and drop it into my personal computer (running Windows XP) in an attempt to move the data to one of my NTFS drives. The drive size is roughly 12GB (I'm at work right now so I'm not sitting in front of the equipment). I changed jumpers on the Win98SE disk to cable select, booted the computer, went to disk manager and the disk was recognized, but no drive letter assigned. After right-clicking on the WIn98SE drive, all of the options (including drive letter assignment) were grayed out and the only option was to convert to a dynamic disk. I wanted to keep it a Basic disk, but even an attempt to convert it to Dynamic failed.

I'm not sure why this is happening as I seem to recall that I've easily done similar things in the past (i.e. taken someone's spyware-ridden drive out, moved important data off to one of my drives, then re-formatted it). If I can't figure this out, my next attempt will be to try putting the drive into a USB 2.0 enclosure and interfacing with it that way.

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A:Need help with data transfer between 98 and XP

Best bet is to get external HDD case and put that HDD into that case. They're cheap and are mostly USB 2.0 based. Very easy to install just screw in the 4 screws, connect the ribbon cable and power into the drive. Plug in the USB to your XP and your XP will see it as another drive. Transfer away...

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I want to be able to transfer the data from one scsi hdd to a fresh scsi hdd. I was told I could do this by using the usb port. How does that work?

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Hi guys, Comes Feb I'll be getting a new HDD and a new DVD-RW as my drives are 5 years old. They're still working but nothing lasts forever right?

My HDD is partitioned to C: and D: for boot and storage. I'd like to do the same with the new HDD and transfer the data to it. How would I do it? What's really important is making my new HDD bootable and Windows transferred to it. I can work with D: later if need be.

I looked in the tutorials. Either I looked in the wrong place or it's not there.

Thanks fellas.

A:Transfer data from old HDD to new HDD

Make an image of C and the 100MB System partition (if any) and restore that to the new HDD.

Here is a tutorial for imaging (read it carefully before watching): Imaging with free Macrium

And here is a tutorial explaining the transfer of an Operating System. I wrote it for transferring to a SSD, but it is the same for a HDD (less the alignment problem): SSD - Install and Transfer the Operating System

And regarding the 100MB System partition: If you have one, I recomment to transfer the bootmgr to C (before the move). Then you can forget about the 100MB partition - it is no more needed. Bootmgr - Move to C:\ with EasyBCD

And as you said, with the data on D you can deal later.

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I orderd this HD http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16822148262

What is the speed limiter jumper?
Also what is the best way to transfer my data to my new HD, and will i still be able to use my old HD?

A:How do you transfer data from old HD to new?

This should help
Some sata drives have a jumper to set the transfer rates between 150mbps and 300mbps.
You will be able to use your old drive if you have room for it in the case, the Dell 4700 looks a bit tight for space

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I bought a new larger hard drive and would like to know how to go about transfering the data off my 13.6 gb HD to the new one. I do not want to partition the new drive either. All the info on the 13.6 includes my operating system, games, etc. Thanks for any help.

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Hi guys,

My problem is when I transfer files: transferring to the usb and files from usb to pc, the data will all turn out as corrupted. It just happened few days ago. I tried changing different types of usb flash drives and it all turned out the same. I have never experienced this ever in my life.
Im currently running XP SP3. I dont want to reformat the laptop since all the files needed are all intact already

A:Data transfer to USB??

hiya please read this it may be helpful

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Can anyone point me to the idots guide to sending data from one PC to another on a local network using the IP address of the receiving PC.

I currently have two PCs which pass relatively small ammounts of data using their serial ports. I want to replace this with a TCPIP link, but VB seems to make it very difficult....

I could could do it by converting the data to files and sending them over the network, but their must be a better way.

A:VB5 Data Transfer IP to IP

A section from the MSDN help on the Winsock control, this basically tells you everything you might want to know about how to do this:

TCP Connection Basics
When creating an application that uses the TCP protocol, you must first decide if your application will be a server or a client. Creating a server means that your application will "listen," on a designated port. When the client makes a connection request, the server can then accept the request and thereby complete the connection. Once the connection is complete, the client and server can freely communicate with each other.

The following steps create a rudimentary server:

To create a TCP server

Create a new Standard EXE project.
Change the name of the default form to frmServer.
Change the caption of the form to "TCP Server."
Draw a Winsock control on the form and change its name to tcpServer.
Add two TextBox controls to the form. Name the first txtSendData, and the second txtOutput.
Add the code below to the form.
Private Sub Form_Load()
' Set the LocalPort property to an integer.
' Then invoke the Listen method.
tcpServer.LocalPort = 1001
frmClient.Show ' Show the client form.
End Sub

Private Sub tcpServer_ConnectionRequest _
(ByVal requestID As Long)
' Check if the control's State is closed. If not,
' close the connection before accepting the new
' connection.
If tcpServer.State <> sckClosed Then _
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Can anyone offer suggestions on a good method to transfer apps and data from an old Win XP computer to a brand new Windows 7 computer. I have as yet not worked with Win 7 and realize that cloning drives is not a solutions when changing the OS.
Items of concern in the transfer:
Quicken -- may upgrade to newest version and restore all old data
Word and Word documents
Excel and Excel Workbooks
Internet connection - ComCast cable
Mozy backup

A:Data transfer

You can copy files (docs, music, pics, etc.) in a variety of ways such as over the network, external drives, etc., but your actual programs will have to be reinstalled on the new system. If you already have Comcast cable set up, you should not need to install their software. There is a good backup utility for Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird at http://mozbackup.jasnapaka.com/

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is there a recommended way to transfer data and settings (bookmarks, outlook express etc...not programs) from win98 to winxp? I finally had to upgrade and I dread the task. I am doing it disc by disc but ugh...... The has to be a way to "hose" it in from one pppc to the other. thanks, Frank

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in xp there is a files and transfer wizard. you will have to buy a cable to hook between the 2 computers

start>>all programs>>accessories>>system tools

never used it but believe that is what it is for. know it should work between xp computers and assume you could use it for moving stuff off your old computer too

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Have 2 events. First is new pc that came with OE6 and Windows XP, but old Win 98 pc used OE5. Address book will not import. How do I get it into OE6? Next problem is upgrade of Win 98 pc to Win 2000. Old oper sys used OE5 and new uses OE6. Same problem, can not get OE6 to import OE address book. There must be a way!?

A:How do I transfer OE5 data to OE6?

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I have a new pc, and for ONCE, my old one is still working. Both the new and old have XP Pro. I am getting ready to transfer all the old info to the new one. I have never done this before, so please forgive the laughable questions. My old PC has a C drive (with about 5.5GB data out of 8GB) and a D drive (with 18GB data out of 20GB). I bought Detto's IntelliMover with the new PC (200GB).... will I have trouble moving data from two different drives, or is this a pretty straightforward process? Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Also, what is the best way to make sure the old PC is completely clear of old files, since I am giving it to someone else. Thanks SO MUCH for the help!!

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