I purchased Outlook 2010 out-of-the-box and am authorized to install it on two machines. It's been running on my desktop (duo-core Intel/Windows 7 64bit) for months now, and I've just gotten around to installing it on my Toshiba Satellite (Athlon/Windows 7 32bit) laptop.
So far, so good, but I don't want to have to manually and tediously set up my email accounts again. let alone copy calendar and notes, etc. How do I transfer all that data over? It'll be especially important when synchronizing the two machines. I tried copying over the C:User...AppDataLocalMicrosoftOutlook folder with contents and C:User...AppDataRoamingMicrosoftOutlook folder as well. No apparent effect.
It used to be that copying Outlook.pst would do the trick, but no longer, apparently.
Upon recommendation, I have a new Wintec 4GB Flash Drive to do the transfer but do not have a clue how to do it. My old Dell Inspiron E-1505 notebook had Win XP Media Center and OE email with 1GB harddrive. My new unit is a Dell Inspiron N-17 10 notebook with Win 7 and I changed email client from Yahoo Mail Classic to Mozilla Thunderbird. (full details of my new Dell notebook are below).Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 126.96.36.199OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium , 64 bitProcessor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2410M CPU @ 2.30GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7Processor Count: 4RAM: 4010 MbGraphics Card: Intel(R) HD Graphics Family, 1813 MbHard Drives: C: Total - 596476 MB, Free - 568638 MB; D: Total - 14000 MB, Free - 7636 MB; Motherboard: Dell Inc.
I have a Asus G74SX and I want to transfer data from old internal 60gb hard drive to laptop. I have a usb 3.0 on laptop. What do I need exactly to do this. I have 2 hard drives on old desktop which is 6 years old. One is Operating system the other is just for backup.
My Windows 7 system won't boot up and I gave up trying to fix it. I bought a new PC and want to preserve my settings, programs, etc. All of the transfer solutions that I've read require the old hard drive to be bootable. Is there a way to transfer everything over to the new PC from just the hard drive?
I have upgraded from XP to Windows 7 and realised that I have lost Outlook Express. I have downloaded Windows Live Mail and need to know how to import all my emails and contacts from OUtlook Express bearing in mind that I cannot access them manually.
I have a desktop with W.7. Ultimate - connected to Internet by WIFI - and I have just bought a laptop, which has W.7 Home Premium, to use when away from home.I have just returned and would like to transfer data from the laptop to the desktop. I do not seem to be able to do so.I could obtain a memory stick and transfer via that, but I was wondering if I could obtain a cable (USB) that I could use.I have a second HD inside my tower from my last Computer .- which contains my music collection - and I can access that through the Start button/Computer. I do not have a cable with a USB connection at each end - only an extension USB cable for my reception of WIFI which is an ordinary USB for the computer and a larger size to connect the radio receiver.
I have backup DVD that contains data and pictures that I would like to transfer into a new computer. What steps should I take. I have W7 and use Mozilla Firefox or IE. I have never worked with a hard drive and don't want to screw it up.
problem either stopped on the usb data transfer from windows 7 PC to a usb HDD or flash drive; or crashed and give errors. However, i dont encount this sreious problem but rather annoying problem.
As soon as i use my Windows 7 PC to copy a file to usb stick, the process is all ok, but when i read the file, it seems to be corrupted, example, if i have put a avi file in the usb drive, it will play as skipped.
I have updated the hotfix http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976972 but still doesnt fix my problem. I have updated the chipset driver from nvidia web site, still no help.
I know for sure that problem occured after i fresh installed to windows 7 from xp pro. I have also tried to uninstall the usb root hub but still give me the same driver as it was.
how to improve my computer rating score of 5.9 while still maintaining a decent overall PC temperature; I understand that, that is the highest windows 7 will allow? rating is low due to low disc data transfer. How to improve?
i have a Samsung spinpoint F1 1TB 7200 sata 2 transfering 40 GB's to a Western Digital 3TB Green Caviar sata 3 5200.i dont believe i have set anything to do with sata transfer rates.its taking 10+ minutes to complete the 40 GB data transfer.Is this normal? if it is not. What is Wrong? and is there a way to fix it?
installed a 60GB SSD a couple of years ago when they were quite expensive. I planned to use it solely for the operating system (Windows 7 Ultimate x 64). However over the years, it has become full to overflowing. I would like to clean it up and return it to the operating system only. Unfortunately I do not have the original disks or access to the installation programs for most of the information on the SSD. I have two other hard drives in the system - a 500GB Velociraptor that I originally wanted to hold all the programs and a 1000GB for the data. Can anyone tell me the best way to transfer the data off the SSD without screwing up my system?
I am attempting to help my friend. Has old laptop, been making system image backups with Macrium Free on external usb WD Hardrive. Now wishes to get new laptop and transfer pertinent data and programs to the new computer.He had not installed the HD programming, using macrium instead.
I am wondering if there is something wrong with my windows 7 ratings. My SSD is in perfect working order and everything is blazing fast, but for some reason I only get a 5.9 for a rating. I am using the Intel X25-V SSD. I get the advertised speeds across the board when I benchmark it so I don't know what is pulling down my ratingOthers are getting higher ratings with the same exact drive, and the drive itself is functioning perfectly and I am getting the proper speeds from it, so maybe it has something to do with W7 settings?Mobo: ASUS M4A77TDRam: 4GB Gskill DDR 1600 (7.5)CPU: BFG Geforce GTS-250 (7.0)Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 Quad-core Black Edition 3.2 GHz (7.3)HDD: X25-V (5.9)OS: Windows 7-Pro
I have just bought a laptop with Windows 7.On my main computer which is Vista I have the calendar set up to appear as soon as I switch on so all my appointments are there.On the laptop with Windows 7 the calendar seems to be within windows mail live. Is it possible to set it up as on my desk computer?Also can I transfer all the data(dates I have fixed) from the Vista to Windows 7 calendar
I'm using Outlook 2010 (MS Office Profesional Plus 2010) under Windows 7Enterprise.When openig attachments (in this case, Word documents) fom e-mail messages in Outlook, the default window size for the attahments is small. Is there some way (registry hack?) to set the default window size for an attachment to an e-mail message?I've tried opening a sample attachment, resizing the window, and closing it by holding down Crtl while clicking on the red "x" at the top right