Transfering required suitable programmes.

  spuds 12:25 15 Feb 2003
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I intend to give my computer a good clean-up, and dispose of a number of non used programmes.This may include fitting a new larger capacity hard drive. I would like to retain some of the more important programmes on my machine, and I have a cover disk Drive Image 4.0 available.Could I use this disk, for obtaining good and easy process transfer results.I also have a CD burner available for possible back-up.I want to go about this the simplest way, but knowing myself, I will most likely cause something to go wrong, on this first attempt of this kind.All and any help/advice, as usual,will be gladly appreciated.Should mention that I am running WME.

  howard60 12:46 15 Feb 2003

and make sure you have the cd's of the progs you wish to reinstall and serial numbers for them. Then just fit your new drive and install windows then run the motherboard cd to set up the required info. then install your progs and lastly stick on your data. If you get a reasonably sized hdd you could partition it. I have a 60GB drive partitioned into 3 x 20's with ME on the C: drive my data on the D: and XP on the E: this seems to be a good setup. good luck

  spuds 18:43 15 Feb 2003

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  spuds 13:14 16 Feb 2003

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  pj123 17:10 16 Feb 2003

Check out this previous thread.
click here

  spuds 17:42 16 Feb 2003

Cheers howard60-pj123 for info.

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