- Oct 17, 2008
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Thank you for the prompt and most sensible solution I have yet received. I have already planned to do what you suggest. As an aside. I had also backed up twice; (for a secondary insurance with my Norton utilities pgm.) Only problem was that program also had a glitch which won't allow a 'restore' unless backup was still on the original drive. Norton has yet to reply with a solution. Ben CTrainableMan;145319[COLOR=Gray said:]From what I can find from searching, UNC is a file extension related to Windows Utility Files and Settings Transfer Wizard (from Windows XP apparently). However, the Windows Easy Transfer Wizard from Windows 7 uses a .MIG extension and I would assume is a completely different storage method. Microsoft does offer a version of Window Easy Transfer that can be installed and run on WinXP in order to create the MIG file and transfer it to a W7 machine. Unfortunately that won't help you; you will need a program designed to handle UNC files. You would probably need to restore your UNC files to a Windows XP machine or find some utility program that runs in W7 and understands UNC files.[/COLOR]
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