Transfering pic, video, and documents from w7 64 bit to w7 32 bit.

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  1. ibmark1

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    I have a hp laptop w/ w7 64 bit and I just bought an MSI all in one pc w/ w7 32 bit. Tried the easy transfer with a flash drive and was told could not transfer 64 bit to 32 bit files :(. Some tips said that this could be done manually but I'm not sure what that means. Is that w/ a data line? and physicaly connecting the two computers?:confused: Do I have to do it all thru emails. I'm not trying to transfer programs, just pics, video and documents.

    Welcome any and all help with this.
     
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  2. patcooke

    patcooke Microsoft MVP
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    Just copy and paste the individual files and folders you want to your flash drive and on from there to where you wan them.
     
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    Thanks for reminding me of basic computer functions, I really appreicate it. Now I'm having issues with my wireless logitech mouse. Went to control panel & then to devices & printers where it shows I have 4 mice. Recongized and checked the wireless mouse and still had issues. Plugged in the mouse that came with the PC and now it works. Any suggestions?
     
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    Try deleting them all from device manager, restarting and let it detect just the wireless one.
     
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    Thank you, I'll try that.
     

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