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Easy Transfer Program Disaster
Last night I used the Windows Easy Transfer routine to move some files from an old PC with Windows XP SP3 to my new PC with Windows 7. Although I thought I was careful just to move files (Excel, Word, and a lot of pictures), somehow it also moved some Outlook 2003 settings (I have Outlook 2010 on my new PC). Now I have a real mess. Can this all be undone by running the Windows 7 Restore routine on the new PC?
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