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XP Files & Settings Transfer Wizard problem


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Plutox

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I am using the Files & Settings Transfer Wizard to transfer my OE email folders/files to my D drive CD.

All goes well until the writing to the CD-RW disk when I get the message - The Disk you inserted is not the correct one. Please insert disk 1.

The disk is a fresh, new one. I can't figure out what a 'correct' disk could be and what 'disk 1' could mean. I've never had such a message before but this is the first time I have done this operation.
Can anyone explain please?

XP Home SP 2

Edited by Plutox, 19 September 2007 - 06:17 AM.

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:) :wave: HAPPY DAY - I WANT TO KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT HOW YOU ARE DOING THIS!!!!!!!!!!!
So sorry if i messed things up for someone to respond to this but what you are doing is so very important for me to be able to do also.
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TO headwayne

To see this method go to:- http://www.iopus.com...e-oe-backup.htm
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Have only visited site and printed instructions. THANK YOU SO MUCH
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