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How to migrate IE7 autocomplete database to a different system?

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I have a user who rather than putting internet addresses they needed to remember in their favorites, they were relying on the IE7 autocomplete database.

They have been migrated to a new system and it seems that the IE7 autocomplete database is not included with a roaming profile.

Does anyone know where IE7 stores the autocomplete database for users, and is it easily copied on to a different system?

Thanks!
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It sounds like he wants the history. Try the following programs:

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/iehv.html
http://www.cleanersoft.com/iehistory/iehistory.htm

They will allow you to export and import the histories.
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by:jspaziano
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thanks.

I did find what i was looking for also.

IE7 stores it's autocomplete database in the registry under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs

You can also just export and import that registry key.

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