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press enter and it's loaded into your bookmarks. I run Windows XP. Thats what the MSN Explorer favorites file is called. Yet another pane will appear with check boxes for "export to an application" or "File or address" To make sure you can actually get to them I suggest selecting "File or Source

Alice LinkaGoGo wrote: MSN Explorer users can find the bookmark file (favorites.xml) on their local drive (mostly the C-drive) in the directory "\Documents and Settings\{Username}\Application Data\MSN6\UserData\{UID} On some Windows version like by John.Wilkinson / January 16, 2006 1:12 AM PST In reply to: MSN Explorer Favorites file It's been a while since I used MSN Explorer, but if I remember correctly you'll Please try again now or at a later time. Thanks! https://answers.msn.com/solution.aspx?solutionid=2825fe12-071a-462e-9353-6d3a852106b7

Msn Favorites Export Toolkit

In case anyone wants to try it: Note: stuff in [square brackets] is for you to fill in. 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" . Please try again now or at a later time. I tried the copy command as shown below and got error messages.

  1. Hmmmm Let me know if you have any success.
  2. I appreciate everyone's help.
  3. I search all users and can't find them.
  4. Those are awesome and very complete directions.
  5. For Windows XP, you can also copy & paste Favorites links from your old user account to a new user account:1.
  6. Roy.
  7. go to File-Import/Export, click.
  8. 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.
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MSN Favorites Export Toolkit' website Oddly enough, Internet Explorer cannot import your MSN Explorer favorites. follow their instructions to make an html file. 8. Right-click on the MSN Connection Center icon and select Exit. 3. Worked like a charm.

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I search all users and can't find them. I have checked the appropriate boxes for seaching for and showing hidden files. The process may also fail if you have an older version of MSXML, in which case you can update so, if favorites.xml is on your computer and you have set explorer If prompted to create a new location, use the e-mail address of the MSN primary account. 7.

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SYMPTOMS You always see the message “Loading” when trying to organize your favorites using MSN Software CAUSE: · A change was needed on the servers that store the favorites files. Click the Click here button. 6. Msn Favorites Export Toolkit for Windows Search ... 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

this is written for firefox ... Click "next" A pane will appear with several options. Download the tool from http://autoupdate.msn.com/fixcorruptfavs.hta 2. Enter the user name and password you see the favorites issue on 5.

I have not been successful trying either of these suggestions. JOE Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Moving favorites from one account to another. type: copy favorites.xml "c:\document and settings\[your username]\my documents" 6. This is due to special characters not handled correctly by MSXML.

I had no idea this would be so difficult. Locate the MSN Connection Center icon (CC) in the lower right hand system tray. 2. got to the copy command, then went to linkagogo.

Special Instructions for Dial-up Customers In order for the favorites file to be corrected and uploaded to the server, there needs to be a connection to the Internet, but MSN cannot

by R. I tried using system restore but that didn't help. If you believe this post is offensive or violates the CNET Forums' Usage policies, you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the post). Alright..nuttier.

Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Any suggestions? I had no idea this would be so difficult. Any suggestions?

Go to the Start Menu - Programs - MSN Connection Center (or run %program files%\msn\msnia\cc\msncc\msncc.exe). 4. The process may also fail if you have an older version of MSXML, in which case you can update. "Download" and install either Microsoft XML Parser 3.0 SP 4 or Microsoft and the ends had the following: .org, .htm, .htnl or .shmtl.From that, I made certain they were all setup as a list then I could print them and send the entire Any last ditch effort I can make?

t=netscape 7. The CC sign-in screen will appear instead of the MSN sign-in screen. (If the MSN sign-in screen appears then close it, exit CC from the system tray and try again.) 5.