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Can I transfer Microsoft Server 2003 files to a regular Windows XP computer?

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katherinetower
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Our Microsoft Server 2003 RD I believe, is crashing. Can I transfer everything from it to another computer? The computer I want to transfer it to a regular Windows XP computer. Would this work? If so how do I go about doing it? Thanks Katherine

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madmacs
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Hi katherinetower, welcome to HTG. When you say transfer everything do you also mean the programs that are installed? If it´s just a case of documents that you want saving then you could copy them to an external medium. CD/DVD, USB or an external hard drive, then insert them back into XP. Matt

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katherinetower
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Thank you madmacs

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