XP mail to Vista Mail Problem from old Drive

XP mail to Vista Mail Problem from old Drive

Post by emFpbn » Sun, 02 Sep 2007 01:10:05

My system went down that had XP on it but the HD is fine!,,,i now have a new
system with VISTA on it .I put my old XP HD in and external USB box and
hgooked it up and works fine on vista. But I can not import or should i say
find the folder on the xp usb HD drive. I also keep getting permission
problems withevery folder I want to look in on the USB XP HD.

Please Help

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Hi all:

The motherboard on my WinXP computer turned toes up last week so I
went out and bought myself a new box with Windows Vista installed.
Then I installed the C: drive from the dead computer into my new box.
I'm trying to import the Outlook Express 6 information on the old C:
drive (now it's the J: drive in the new computer) and having no

I can navigate to the .dbx files on the old computer's hard drive and
see them. But, when I try the File>Import route on Windows Vista Mail
I get the error "No messages can be found..."

Is what I'm trying to do possible?

If so, what's the problem? Something to do with permission,
ownership, etc., etc.?


Tom Young

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