Access 2002 replication works but conflicts not shown

My old XP system crashed and I recreated it from a fairly recent backup using Pcmover of the backup image onto a new Windows 7 system.

Replication basically works but it comes up with a message that there are conflicts and do I want to resolve them. I answer yes but nothing happens. How can this problem be corrected?
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
I do not fully understand how Pcmover restores files, ...nor do I know if Access 2002/Win xp data can be successfully migrated to Win 7 without issue...

If PC mover works like all other "Image" utilities (makes an image of the entire disk, that you can simply "dump" on an empty drive), the I suggest you try to restore to a blank drive....

If this works, then you can worry about migrating to WinXP or a newer version of Office...

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dovidfCEOAuthor Commented:
Replication basically works and I actually inserted the 2002 disk to get it up to speed. However, the logic that allows one to pick the winner of conflicts is not working. The conflict data is not shown.
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dovidfCEOAuthor Commented:
I inserted the 2002 disk and updated and it works now.
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
OK, great, you can now accept your own post as the solution

;-)

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dovidfCEOAuthor Commented:
The response that I received was good but ultimately just reinstalling solved the problem
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