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sidekick 2.0 for windows - transferring data from one pc to another

sidekick 2.0 for windows - transferring data from one pc to another

sidekick 2.0 for windows - transferring data from one pc to another

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I have copied my complete hard drive onto a new pc (xp). I can see the Sidekick folder and my various files. I have reinstalled Sidekick 2 but cannot work out how add my data into the newly installed program.

Really appreciate any help.

Adrian

RE: sidekick 2.0 for windows - transferring data from one pc to another

Dear ajrblues,
Just go to File|Open and then navigate to the Folder your Files are in and open them individually press F12 and then 'SaveAs' them individually into your Userdata folder

Regards Jim
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RE: sidekick 2.0 for windows - transferring data from one pc to another

Dear ajrblues,
Hope you managed to get the files across...
Could you check out
Thread807-623601
and see if you can help VidJ with the conversion files for Sidekick+
phutil.zip
and
The Sidekick Companions Disk (contains a calendar conversion utility called SKCONV.EXE, found in the \Utils directory that will convert your file. Instructions are in the Readme file called SKCONVWRI which is also in the \Utils directory.
I would appreciate it as I have never had the Dos version and I wondered whether you had.

Regards Jim
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