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Migrate Data Windows XP to Windows 7 using USMT

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Tags: Migration, transfer, USMT, Windows 7, windows vista, windows XP

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  1. Andrew Edwards November 27, 2010 Reply

    Hi.
    I have just tryed this and it says this location does not exist and fails to copy my XP Data over to Windows 7 ?.
    Can you Help please ?.

  2. john February 16, 2010 Reply

    great guide love ur stuff thanks vinay

  3. Paul November 5, 2009 Reply

    The automated script is not available to download, can you make a mirror link?

    Thanks,

  4. Elvis McNeely October 19, 2009 Reply

    Thanks for the writeup. I was thinking of doing a dual boot with xp and windows 7. If I were to do that, could I still use this guide? Would I need additional steps or make the txt file a bit differently?

    Thanks

  5. Dave Forbes October 2, 2009 Reply

    I’m seriously thinking on buying a version of ‘Windows 7′ (European) when it arrives on the selves in November 2009. What’s the best , easiest and quickest way to use a data transfer cable from XP to Windows 7? I’m a bit scared that I could lose all data when transferring. Is there a data transfer cable on the market yet?

  6. Dennis September 26, 2009 Reply

    Went through the scanstate and loadstate command options. All options are clear except the /sf option in loadstate. Can not find the option in loadstate syntax . Could you please explain its function.

  7. sanjay September 8, 2009 Reply

    Hi

    I was really worried about my data when i was thinking to move from XP to 7 but this seems to be the resolution to the problem.

  8. tom September 5, 2009 Reply

    I tried using USMT and transfered the data but what it did is that it created a new user account and transfered the data in it . i belive the resign is that my account name in xp was and in 7 i named it hulk but overall it worked.

    great guide

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