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PSA 2 and PSA SE 3 are very different animals - PSA 2 was fully functional, paid-for software; PSA SE 3 is lower functionality, freeware. PSA SE has no Backup facility - hence no Restore command.
I recommend you install PSA 2 again and restore.
I recently purchased a new laptop with Windows Vista Ultimate and now realise I can not load my version of PSA 1.0. I have downloaded PSA 3.0, but cannot transfer my tags. Can someone explain in clear and detailed English how to bring my tags and photos across to the new laptop or alternatively recommend other adobe software to purchase which will work in a similar fashion to PSA 1.0. Many Thanks Tony
> alternatively recommend other adobe software to purchase which will work in a similar fashion to PSA 1.0
I do not think that a transition from PSA 1 to PSA SE 3 is possible. You coul dget Photoshop Elements 5 [it costs, but you can download a 30 day trial]. This would be able to read your PSA 1 catalog.
Thanks Colin. I have now purchased PSE 5.0. I have loaded it on to my old laptop and all photos and tags are present! What is the best and simplest way to move all my pictures and tags across to the new laptop. I have already loaded the new PSE 5.0 software onto the new laptop. If you could guide me step by step, it would be most appreciated. Thank-you
> What is the best and simplest way to move all my pictures and tags across to the new laptop.
There are a few possibilities. If you have an external [USB] hard drive [and if you haven't, I'd recommend getting one, as they are very handy], you could use Organizer's Backup facility to backup the pics and catalog to it, then restore onto the new laptop.
If you're not happy with that, come back and we can discuss other possibilities.
I have Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition 3.0, I have downloaded all my photos and videos from my phone onto here, which have now been deleted from my phone. How do I save these onto disk?
Many thanks, Hayley.
> How do I save these onto disk?
They are on disk. Look at the Properties pane in PSA SE to see exactly where they are.