Please clarify your question:
> > >But what has me mildly concerned is it also says "no
> > > files will be deleted from the old computer"
The message is saying "NO files w/be deleted..." which is what you want
I did a transfer over my home network and my files were left in tact on the
I dd made a huge mistake by doing a x-fer all and have been having troubles
ever since! I'm still looking for a way to undo the transfer! Windows
System Restore has failed every single time I've tried no matter what date
> This is a computer that we use at work for media presentations. It has > literally 1000's of pics and 100's of videos....very time consuming. But
> found out it doesn't delete from old....and I had performed a backup, so
> we're ok anyway.....
> Moving on to better stuff. Thanks so much!
> "Mick Murphy" wrote:
> > Instead of WET, why not use Memory Stick, burn to CD, external hard drive,
> > etc to move your data from one to the other.
> > As you said, you don't want to move settings!
> > "pah" wrote:
> > > Mildly panicky here. I am using an easy transfer from one laptop (xp) to
> > > another (vista). I used advanced and am transferring ONLY files...pics,
> > > videos, music. NO settings or programs are being transferred. Now I have
> > > the warning screen telling me not to work on old computer or I'll have to
> > > restart the transfer. But what has me mildly concerned is it also says "no
> > > files will be deleted from the old computer" if I do this. I don't want them
> > > deleted at all...just copied. I guess I'm just a literalist and to me
> > > transfer means to MOVE from one to another and I just want to COPY. I didn't
> > > research this well enough before I started, but I can change the page and not
> > > lose anything according to this warning. I DO NOT want to delete the files
> > > from my XP computer, just copy them on to my Vista. Am I ok here, or should
> > > I stop the transfer? Please help....it's in process right now! THANKS in
> > > advance