Hello,Please follow these steps for your Windows Vista computer Step 1: Determine the GUID folder by checking it in the Registry 1. Follow the next instructions carefully. Before doing so, please read Microsoft’s Registry Disclaimer: “If you use Registry Editor incorrectly, you may cause serious problems that may require you to reinstall your operating system. Microsoft cannot guarantee that you can solve problems that result from using Registry Editor incorrectly. Use Registry Editor at your own risk.” 2. Click on Start then on the Start Search box, type regedit and press Enter on the keyboard. 3. In the Registry Editor window, click the (+) symbol beside HHEY_CURRENT_USER 4. Under HKEY_CURRENT_USER, click the (+) symbol beside SOFTWARE 5. Under SOFTWARE, click the (+) symbol beside MICROSOFT 6. Under MICROSOFT, click the (+) symbol beside MSN6 7. Under MSN6, click the (+) symbol beside USERS 8. Under USERS, click your e-mail address. On the right pane, locate GUID and its corresponding value 9. Leave the Registry window open. Step 2: Copy the favorites file to the Desktop 1. Click on Start then on the Start Search box, type %USERPROFILE% and press Enter on your keyboard. 2. Set the computer to display hidden files and folders: a. In the window that opened, click on Organize at the top left hand side then click Folder and Search Options b. In the Folder Options window, click on View at the top c. In the Advanced settings section, look for Hidden Files and Folders. d. Under Hidden Files and Folders, select “Show hidden files and folders” e. Under Show hidden files and folders, uncheck the two options: i. Hide extensions for known file types ii. Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) f. Click Yes g. Click Apply h. Click Ok 3. Double-click the AppData folder. 4. Double-click the Roaming folder. 5. Double-click the MSN6 folder. 6. Double-click the Userdata folder. 7. Double-click the folder which has the same value as the GUID in the registry. 8. Close the Notepad window. 9. In the GUID folder, right-click the favorites.xml file and click Copy. 10. Go to the Desktop and right-click on any blank space and click Paste. ThanksShawns
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