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Windows 7: need help w/ Moving programs

18 Jan 2012   #1
1SloMoFo

Win 7 home premium 64-bit
 
 
need help w/ Moving programs

How can i move an application from 1 win7 to another? Both installs are on the PC, but different HDDs.
there used to be an app. that would do it, and put it in a nice neat package w/ all the reg. keys. then you could put it onto any PC, as long as it was the same Win ver. as the ver. on the the PC that created it, ie: '98 to '98 NOT '98 to '98SE.
tia, djc


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18 Jan 2012   #2
richnrockville

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by 1SloMoFo View Post
How can i move an application from 1 win7 to another? Both installs are on the PC, but different HDDs.
there used to be an app. that would do it, and put it in a nice neat package w/ all the reg. keys. then you could put it onto any PC, as long as it was the same Win ver. as the ver. on the the PC that created it, ie: '98 to '98 NOT '98 to '98SE.
tia, djc
Welcome to the windows 7 forums 1SloMOFo.

I believe that a product called pcmover from the old traveling software who made Laplink people, is supposed to do what you want.

believe it is at Laplink® Software - PCmover - Automatically move PC applications to a new computer



Rich
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18 Jan 2012   #3
1SloMoFo

Win 7 home premium 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richnrockville View Post

Welcome to the windows 7 forums 1SloMOFo.

I believe that a product called pcmover from the old traveling software who made Laplink people, is supposed to do what you want.

believe it is at Laplink® Software - PCmover - Automatically move PC applications to a new computer
Rich
Thx, I've looked in here a cpl times, but always found the answer w/o having to post a question. not this time tho, oh well.
anyway, I'll chk that out and see if it'll do what I need it to. I'll post again w/ the results a little later.
<keeping my fingers X'd> djc
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18 Jan 2012   #4
gregrocker

 

Reinstall the programs.
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