File Transfer Wizard



fluffy the wonder kitten
07-10-2005, 12:47 AM
Hi, I recently upgraded one of our computers from home to pro, sent the files
via the file and transfer wizard to the C drive on our win2000 server. I
reformatted the PC set it back up on the network and tried to pull the files
back onto the PC. The folder with the files is on the server drive, about 1
gigs worth but the wizard gives a msg that the folder does not contain (can't
remember the rest). there are two files in the folder with a .dat extension
so I know they are there. Any suggestions or guidance appreciated.
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Fluffy

Rock
07-10-2005, 12:47 AM
fluffy the wonder kitten wrote:

> Hi, I recently upgraded one of our computers from home to pro, sent the files
> via the file and transfer wizard to the C drive on our win2000 server. I
> reformatted the PC set it back up on the network and tried to pull the files
> back onto the PC. The folder with the files is on the server drive, about 1
> gigs worth but the wizard gives a msg that the folder does not contain (can't
> remember the rest). there are two files in the folder with a .dat extension
> so I know they are there. Any suggestions or guidance appreciated.

Have you seen this article?
http://aumha.org/win5/a/fast.htm

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Rock
MS MVP Windows - Shell/User

fluffy the wonder kitten
07-10-2005, 12:47 AM
Thanks Rock, I'll check that out.
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Fluffy


"fluffy the wonder kitten" wrote:

> Hi, I recently upgraded one of our computers from home to pro, sent the files
> via the file and transfer wizard to the C drive on our win2000 server. I
> reformatted the PC set it back up on the network and tried to pull the files
> back onto the PC. The folder with the files is on the server drive, about 1
> gigs worth but the wizard gives a msg that the folder does not contain (can't
> remember the rest). there are two files in the folder with a .dat extension
> so I know they are there. Any suggestions or guidance appreciated.
> --
> Fluffy

Rock
07-10-2005, 12:48 AM
fluffy the wonder kitten wrote:

> Thanks Rock, I'll check that out.

Ok, I hope it can point you in the right direction.

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Rock
MS MVP Windows - Shell/User


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