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vanessam1953

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<_< Please can you help me.
I have my website saved in my old computer, I have purchased a new computer & want to use it on the new computer, a friend has told me that this can be done by 'networkin'. Please can you tell me in 'lay mans terms' how I can do this.
. As you can tell I am a complete Dummy with computers. Heres hoping you can help,

thanks

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See this article:
http://www.techtv.co...3316458,00.html

I prefer to connect the old drive in the new system as a slave, and then simply transfer the files using Windows Explorer.
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I have gotten four e-mails in two days,saying things like `sometimes I grab passwords',`see what I found'and`your password has been changed',one of them was from our e-mail address,they all had little green diamond shaped boxes with a checkmark in them,what is it?I deleted them,what do I need to do?

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Sounds like someone you know (you're a contact in their address book) has a virus. Unfortunately, there's no way to identify who. Just to be safe change the password you use to logon to your email. It's a good idea to change it a few times year.
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