How do you set up outlook files from an old computer to work on a new computer?
You can use Import/Export feature of Microsoft Outlook in order to get Outlook files from Old computer to the new Computer.
Download and install the free trial version of Outlook 2007 for Vista on your new Vista computer. Export the outlook files on your old computer in .pst files. Import these .pst files into Outlook 2007 on your new computer. Open Windows mail and import your mails and contacts from Outlook 2007. Remove the trial version of Outlook 2007 from your new computer.
I am getting a new PC and i am having all my files copied over except for games and programs is it possible to copy and paste all of a games files over to the new computer and to have it work?
Microsoft has a utility called "FAST" (Files And Settings Transfer) that will help you move your files to a new computer. You will need an external hard drive or large thumb drive. The easiest way to transfer files for a program like Family Tree Maker is to install the program on the new computer, then copy the entire installation folder from the old computer to the new computer, over-writing the files that are there.
To make a backup of Outlook Express, first find the store location. Press CNTRL+A to select all files in the store folder. Next, press CNTRL+C to copy the files to the windows clipboard. Finally go to the folder you wish to store the files in and press CNTRL+V to paste the files into the new folder.
Copy the files that end in ".SAV" from your "My Documents" folder (or wherever the game saved your files-- sometimes on Desktop or elsewhere) to the folder on the other computer where it saves files. If you're not sure where the new computer saves files, then start a new game, name it, and save it, then search for that file. The name of the file is always "name of your game".SAV. Then you can open…
When i was messing around with my sims files on my computer i deleted something and now it wont work what happened?
You put it into a USB port in the computer, and the computer will recognize it as a drive, for example, the H drive, and you can drag files on or off of them, and they are rewritable so items can be taken on and off without having to buy a new flashdrive, unlike the CD. They must be ejected safely through the computer, or files may be lost on them forever.