About full set-up copying and install into a new pc.

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I want to know how will I be able to set-up my full settings of my laptop (full settings is equal – Windows XP 3, office-2007, adobe Photoshop, adobe illustrator, acrobat reader, yahoo messenger, Skype messenger, team viewer, tally .erp, Google earth, Kaspersky, Google chrome, Macromedia Dreamweaver etc. all software are installed in my laptop) into my new and fresh pc not separate installation process.

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About full set-up copying and install into a new pc.

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If you are using Windows XP platform, then there is a tool that can solve your problem. This will transfer all the settings for all of the programs installed on your computer. You need to have a disk first to be able to save the settings and transfer it to the new computer. Here's how you can do it:

  1. Click START
  2. Point your mouse to All Programs
  3. Next point your mouse to Accessories found at the top
  4. Then point your mouse to System Tools
  5. Click on Files and Settings Transfer Wizard
  6. Click Next then follow the succeeding steps.

Provide a floppy disk or a USB flash drive where the settings will be saved.

Answered By 0 points N/A #80142

About full set-up copying and install into a new pc.

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There are two ways to migrate/ transfer from one PC to another:-

Solution 1:

You can use either File and Settings Transfer Wizard. This is basically meant to transfer all the files and settings. The procedure is to go to your System Tools from Start Menu. Then select File and Settings Transfer Wizard, then follow the steps.

Solution 2:

Another way to migrate is to use User State Migration tool (USMT), it is same as discussed in Sol 1, but it is much enhanced, it also gives to option to customize your migration settings. For more information visit

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Solution 3:

You can also migrate from one HDD to another, if both the PCs have identical hardware using HDD copy tools like Acronis.

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