A question for those of you that may have experienced this before. My parents have an HP computer running Vista that recently died (motherboard). They went ahead and purchased a new computer running Windows 8. I told them to keep the old one so I could both fix it and transfer all the files from it to the new one. I bought an enclosure and got the old hard drive hooked up to it. When I power it on and plug the USB cable in everything works fine and Windows 8 recognizes it as being there. It even lets me browse around the drive in My Computer, but the only folders that are visible are the Windows files and Program files, etc. There are no documents, videos, pictures, music to be found. Looking around it seems as if I need to have easy file transfer installed on the vista drive to transfer files into Windows 8. Is that correct, or is there a different way to go about doing it?