|24 Nov 2011||#2|
it's not advisable, it's far better to install programs properly on the other machine. copy the installers onto the new XP machine and install as normal.
some programs stick important files in various folders scattered around the file system, make registry changes etc. a proper install may take some time, but will guarantee success.
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