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    Default FINALLY upgrade PC

    <div>Help me Please
    I thought there would be a tutorial on this but I did not see one. We got a new PC. (Steamwiz - if you are out there you can shout for joy with us!!) </div>
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    OLD: Gateway, *P3, windows 98SE
    NEW: HP, P4, windows XP media

    How do I switch files?
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    Hi

    Hang in there

    maybe your question could be a little more informative....

    You want advice on moving all your files from your win98 computer to your NEW XP computer

    You may have to wait a while, but you will get excellent advice eventually :wink:

    steam

    EDIT... there you go... Bear posted while I was typing
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    <div>Bear - I am looking into these links.Thank you.

    My CD Burner is down on the old system. I am feeling a bit overwhelmed for how to do this accurately and not screw the whole thing up.</div>
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    Also - I plan to use the windows 2000 on the new system. I assume I use the CD for this. How do I transfer my e-mail folders*//Outlook?

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    Check out the links and if you have any more questions please let us know and someone here can walk you through it.
    Comptia A+ and Network + Certified. Microsoft MCP in Windows 2000 Pro. Server, Advanced Server and Data Center Sever.