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How to Copy Files to a New User Profile in Windows 7

2013-10-02 15:35:17 / Posted by Ruby Johnson to Windows 7 Tips
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A user profile contains your settings for desktop backgrounds, screen savers, pointer preferences, sound settings, and other feature. It ensures that your personal preferences are used whenever you log on to Windows. But for any reasons, your user profile service failed the logon or the profile is corrupted. Now you need to create a new user profile and copy data from a corrupted user profile to a new profile to let it work normally.

In this article, I detail the steps of how to create a new user profile and how to copy data from a user profile in Windows 7. Just read on learn about it.

Part 1: How to Create a New User Profile in Windows 7?

Before transferring files to the new user profile, you'll need to create a one first. To create a new user profile, you must create a new user account because the user profile is associated with the user account.

Part 2: How to Copy Files to a New User Profile in Windows 7?

After creating the new user profile, you can copy the files from the old one to the new user profile. Follow the steps below:

After these steps, you have copy data from the old user profile to a new profile in Windows 7 successfully. For more Windows 7 tips, click here.

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How to Copy Files to a New User Profile in Windows 7