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I have done export/import of Foxfire bookmarks before, but for some reason after exporting, they don't import on a new Acer Windows 7 home premium 64-bit computer

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Last year I was successful exporting bookmarks from an XP machine to a Windows 7 Professional Toshiba laptop. I'm now trying to export from a different XP machine to a new Acer laptop with Windows 7 home premium.

The export says it completes, since it's networked, I saved the file to the C drive of the Acer. When I import to the Acer, it says the import is complete, but the exported bookmarks are not there.

Last year I was successful exporting bookmarks from an XP machine to a Windows 7 Professional Toshiba laptop. I'm now trying to export from a different XP machine to a new Acer laptop with Windows 7 home premium. The export says it completes, since it's networked, I saved the file to the C drive of the Acer. When I import to the Acer, it says the import is complete, but the exported bookmarks are not there.

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I am guessing last years computer was Win7 32 bit and this time you are importing to a Win7 64 bit. I remember some kind of issue there, but it really doesn't matter. All you have to do is grab the file and drop it into the Win7 directory. You can read about how here.

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This will explain different ways to manually recover(move) any of the data you want.