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Best solution for migrating user profile from windows xp to 7

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Hello Experts:

I needed an opnion on migrating user data from windows xp to 7 with microsoft easy transfer or Ghost solution suite 2.5 or lenovo software since we use all lenovo equipment. Which option would be best to use?

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Believe me or not , i had 50 systems in my network to upgrade to windows 7 from windows xp and only thing i found easy and time saving is. MICROSOFT EASY TRANSFER. It works really good and quick. Good luck.
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I mean if you have other Partitions you don't need to do any backup except the C Drive or OS WINDOWS partition. in microsoft easy transfer it takes minutes to do the backup. Try it.
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Windows Easy Transfer works great for that, here is a link:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/features/windows-easy-transfer

I used the backup to external option, but there are also transfer cables that you can buy.  
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You can simply insert the windows 7 CD and look for migwiz.exe in SUPPORT-->MIGWIZ directory.
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