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Right-click the favorites.xml file and click Copy. 9. Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)f. Double-click the Userdata folder. 7. Set the computer to display hidden files and folders:a.

and "Search Subfolders".(d) click on "Search" icon # Windows "Explore" - Look for favorites.xmlStart -> right mouse button -> click "Explore" This file is generally marked as hidden / system. How can I get them from MSN favorites to IE favorites? Anyone still out there? Theimport wizard in IE 7.0 gives me a browse feature to locate favorites fromother browsers, but I didn't know where the MSN Explorer favorites werelocated.With that being said, how do I

Click on Start then on the Start Search box, type %USERPROFILE% and press Enter on your keyboard. 2. In the window that opened, click onTools at the topthen click Folder Optionsb. Hmmmm Let me know if you have any success. i am aware that they are stored on a microsoft network, is there any way to download them?

everything said that it copied. ... This software works by transforming MSN Favorites files (favorites.xml) into Netscape favorites files (bookmark.htm). Go to the Desktop and right-click on any blank space and click Paste.That favorites.xml file can be opened using Internet Explorer. Go to linkagogo: ...

Once you have them there, you can import them into IE using import/synchronize and from there you can import them into Firefox Reply With Quote July 30th, 2008,05:56 PM #13 ojann There is, however, a free program that you can use to convert the extracted favorites into a file that you can use in another browser. Reply With Quote February 18th, 2003,11:21 AM #4 factory81 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Jan 2003 Location grand haven michigan Posts 50 the bookmarks are just Soo goto the directory where they create the favorites and save them to a floppy.

The link to Window's Live favorites WORKED!Now, you ought to provide some feedback to the MSN and IE Explorer teams toupdate their help files, as some people use both MSN and I very much doubt that our Favorites are ofinterest to Microsoft, though.Thanks for noting the problem with Spanish accented characters, as Iwasn't aware of that issue.-steveNo problem. "Noone" uses them in Your cache administrator is webmaster. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down.

  1. Wayne mrwayne ([email protected]) meanroy Posts: 818Joined: April 18th, 2004, 6:56 pmLocation: San Jose Posted September 5th, 2005, 2:22 pm OK, I just checked this out.
  2. Reply With Quote September 25th, 2005,07:13 PM #7 marc33 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Sep 2005 Posts 1 make sure you do all the above but most
  3. An "import/export wizard" will open.
  4. asrnyc Posts: 5Joined: September 5th, 2005, 10:52 am Posted September 5th, 2005, 3:31 pm Roy: Many thanks for the tips.
  5. place check in box next to ""Search Hidden Files and Folders"and ...for Windows Explore ...
  6. Open the command prompt, from windows xp: start...all programs...accessories...command prompt 2.

Home Sign in select All MSN TopicsInstallation HelpBilling / My.MSN.comOtherSign-in HelpFavorites HelpEmail HelpMcAfee® and Webroot® HelpDial-up Connection HelpSettings and other Software Help How do I ask a question or search That would be quite the project. The URLs or links are in there and this method is only recommended for those with really long lists and cannot easily rebuild the Favorites. I created one called "favorites" on my 'C' drive.

I appreciate advice from anyone who has made this switch. this contact form place check in box next to "show hidden files and folders" # Window "Search" - Do a search for bookmarks.html and/or bookmarks.bak Start -> Search -> "for files or folders" -> Any other suggestions would be welcome. So I tried to follow the instructions about how to accomplish this in DOS.

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. from my original post ... I have not been successful trying either of these suggestions. have a peek here place check in box next to ""Search Hidden Files and Folders"and ...for Windows Explore ...

Click Applyh. Got Something To Say: Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. But I'm not DOS literate.

However, I will see if I can use what you said about internet explorer to figure out some kind of parallel method that works for MSN Explorer. (Why they made MSN

administrator) > go into the Favorites folder under the username > copy all the bookmarks to where ever you want.. asrnyc Posts: 5Joined: September 5th, 2005, 10:52 am Posted September 5th, 2005, 6:47 pm Thanks! I followed the previous instructions, making sure that "show all hidden files" was checked in both Search and Explorer, but I still can't find "favorites.xml" . Where did you save the script?

FOOEY! I have checked the appropriate boxes for seaching for and showing hidden files. All rights reserved. Check This Out I tried the copy command as shown below and got error messages.

I have two user names on MSN Explorer. The only thing I can think of to do is to type in every fricking one of them.