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It looks like you are making some significant upgrades so this might not
be completely "pain-free". The Windows 2000 is giving me a little bit of
concern here. Let me do some thinking... ask some questions and then
make sure that I give you the right set up instructions. A lot has
changed between the operating systems and versions of PSA/E
Sorry, I got sidetracked and was unable to "ask" around. Nevertheless I
did do some poking around
As you might have guessed, Windows 2000 does NOT meet the minimum system
requirements for PSA-SE 3.2, otherwise, this could have been a simple
backup and restore.
As I re-read your post, I think there is a detail that you might have
misunderstood about the product. It does not actually "hold" the
pictures, it merely tracks their location. Somewhat like a phone book
keeps a record of where people are located. A person can move, and the
phone company would not know the difference until the person notified
Do you know if your file structure is the same on the old computer as
the new computer? Let me know if you're not sure of what I mean.
If it is, what you could do is simply back up your images using a third
party back up software. Because you are using Windows 2000, you will
obviously need something that is compatible with that operating system.
You would then "restore" this backup to the new system. At this point,
you PSA-SE 3.2 should "see" the images that it was previously missing.
If this sounds like gibberish, let me know and we can see if there is an
appropriate back up software that will work for you.