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The Files and Setting Transfer Wizard

Where to Start
How to Troubleshoot Issues with the User State Migration Tool and the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 312965 - This article provides information to help you to troubleshoot issues with the User State Migration Tool (USMT) and the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard (FSTW). 

HOW TO: How to Use Files and Settings Transfer Wizard 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 293118 - This article describes how to use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard. This wizard helps you transfer files and settings from your old computer to your new one. You can transfer settings for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Outlook 

HOW TO: Use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard By Using the Windows XP CD-ROM 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 306186 - This step-by-step article describes how to use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard by using the Microsoft Windows XP CD-ROM.  

List of Programs Whose Settings Are Migrated When You Use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 304903 - This article provides a list of the programs whose settings are migrated when you use the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard.

Known Bugs and Issues
Migration Wizard Does Not Migrate Passwords 
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 281803 - When you use the Migration Wizard, passwords may not migrate. 
 

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