Outlook 2010 NK2 file missing and unable to import into fresh install of Outlook 2010

Greetings,
I am unable to locate and transfer the users Outlook 2010 NK2 file.
User received new computer running Win7 Pro 64bit and Outlook 2010 Pro.
Users previous computer was running Win7 Pro 32bit and Outlook 2010 Pro.
System image created of previous computer (Win7 Pro 32bit) before Hard Drive wipe for the purpose of locating and transferring user data files/folders.
New computer = fresh installation of Win7 Pro 64bit and Office 2010 Pro.
Transfer of user's PST file to new computer (Win7 Pro 64bit) was successful.
I mounted System image of Win7 Pro 32bit computer and can browse / search all files but am unable to find the Outlook NK2 file.
I have enabled "Show hidden files...." and disabled "Hide protected operating system files".
I am able to see/find a file named "stream_autocomplete_0_########" with a 506kb size and the date the pst was last access on the older computer.
I have successfully located, copied, & imported the NK2 file in the past on other computers but am unable to perform that function in this specific scenario.
Any suggestions / advice is appreciated.
Thank you,
COM1Asked:
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Outlook 2010 does not use NK2 files. They are dead. Use Stream Autocomplete and get the files here:

C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\RoamCache

You can copy the files and put in the same folder in the target computer.

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Mark DamenERP System ManagerCommented:
Also, does Outlook 2010 and newer not just store these entries within the "suggested contacts" address book folder within Outlook itself?  Therefore, the data would have already been copied over within the PST.
COM1Author Commented:
Thank you John and markusdamenous for replying.
John's suggestion worked perfectly.
I do still see references on the internet discussing NK2 files and Outlook 2010 so I'm still a bit confused.
So, I guess if a NK2 file can't be located you need to work with the .dat stream files.
The Suggested Contacts data did not match the autocomplete data.

Thank you both for your time!

John B
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
@COM1 - Thanks for the update and I was happy to help.
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