Quote: Originally Posted by Richardthesecon
Following the Windows Easy Transfer directions, I spent 12 hours transfering files from old computer to an external hard drive. Transfered total of 178 GB. Disconnected hard drive and plugged into new computer. The C: drive of which has 643 GB of memory. And yet, I got a "There isn't enough disk space available to transfer your files and settings. Free up some disk space and try again," message.
No where in the WET setup did I see an option to select a target hard drive. I suspect the program might be trying to transfer the data to the new compters D: drive which only has 12 MB free.
What am I missing?
Thanks in advance
Your problems is rather unique, cosidering that none of the taleted members of this forum were able to offer any assistance for such an extended period of time. I wish that I could give you a definitive answer, but I too am at a loss, being able to only offer you what is no more than guesses. May I suggest:
Make sure that you are using the most up to date version of WET, by dowloading the most current version from Microsoft, now. It is, also, possible that the WET that you are using is corrupt and not working properly.
Are you sure that you are transferring programs, setting etc from 32 or 64 bit to the same bit 32 or 64?
Disable your AntiVirus and your firewall.
Give these ideas a try, cannot lose anything. Based upon your experiences at that point, possibly I or someone else will be be able to offer additional help.