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Problems with Files & Settings Transfer Wizard

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#1 mfc90125


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Posted 07 August 2010 - 10:44 AM

Greetings - I have recently re-imaged my computer using Ghost 2003. Before re-imaging, I attempted to use the Files & Settings Transfer Wizard. That process did not request me to make a FastWiz disk, as I already had a copy of XP on a CD. Unfortunately, when I attempt to transfer the old settings back into the refreshed computer, it tells me that the location does not contain stored information. I have a folder titled USMT2.UNC which I believe is supposed to be the file I need. Yet, this and another DAT file titled USMT2IMG which appears in another part of my exported settings, doesn't work. Again, these files exist in an exported folder on another drive, which contains a bunch of exported items from the old version of the computer.

Again, I was never asked to make a FastWiz disk, as I already have a copy of XP on a CD. Was I ever supposed to see this? Are my settings gone?

Any help you can provide would be appreciated.


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