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The steps in this article will show you how to use a third-party utilities to export the favorites to Internet Explorer. Open the MSN Favorites folder on your desktop If you have Windows XP or a zip program installed, double-click on the MsnFav.zip file and unzip the files to the MSN Favorites When the process is complete, there should be a new file called bookmark.htm in the folder Import Bookmark.htm into Internet ExplorerOpen Internet ExplorerClick on FileClick on Import and Export, then click Exporting MSN Favorites with Third Party Software There are many third party software products available on the web (mostly freeware) that can easily export one's MSN Favorites to IE Favorites or his comment is here

Under Hidden Files and Folders, select “Show hidden files and folders”e. Thanks! later, Richard Last edited by rtmjr50 on August 28th, 2005, 5:41 am, edited 1 time in total. Unfortunately, my bookmarks are in MSN explorer, Not Internet Explorer.

Msn Explorer Favorites Location

follow along ..... got to the copy command, then went to linkagogo. Create a folder to stay organized.StepMove the "Favorites.xml" file into the folder you created for the toolkit files.StepDouble click the "Msnfav.vbs" file to begin the process of converting your "Favorites.xml" file years that was very easy once you see how to do it from the site.

However, its difficult to export the favorites from MSN Explorer to another browser if you decide to change ISPs or no longer use MSN Explorer. Those are awesome and very complete directions. All rights reserved. Should you go to a different browser you lose all your favorites, contacts etc., unless you MANUALLY add them which could take a lot of time.

Maybe I'm screwing up the Dos codes? Alright..nuttier. MSN Browser does share IE for the base Engine but stores its own collection of favorites. contacts, history, etc., which it does not share with IE.

Sunday, February 26, 2012 6:04 PM btchsrs I am running Windows XP. Reply With Quote March 19th, 2008,07:48 PM #9 NooNoo View Profile View Forum Posts Driver Terrier Join Date Dec 2000 Location UK Posts 31,841 Welcome to Windrivers DJeddieo It sounds like Double-click the Userdata folder. 7. asrnyc Posts: 5Joined: September 5th, 2005, 10:52 am Posted September 5th, 2005, 4:59 pm Is there a Dos solution?

  1. For the most part, MSN favorites are saved on an MS server, but users can usually gain access to their specific files that can be located at: C:WINDOWSApplicationDataMSN6UserData{F18828C0-4ACD-01C4-0100-0000F907654A}.
  2. RULE #2: See Rule #1using Win XP/SP2 (home) FF1.5.0.9 FF2.0.0.1 FF3a1 Tbird1.5.0.9 ==> Press for More Answers <==No colours in sig please.
  3. Set the Search options accordingly when using Windows Explorer to locate this file.
  4. I can only find instructions on importing to MSN, but not exporting. 3 answers Comments are Closed Anonymous February 6, 2012 at 10:44 pm Bookmark Buddy http://www.bookmarkbuddy.net/features.shtml Import and export MSN
  5. Type: pushd c:\documents and settings\[your username]\application data\msn6\user data\{ [the string of numbers and letters noted in step 3 above]} 5.
  6. Patrick Philippot http://www.mainsoft.fr 09/01/02 and here's a link to the files: http://www.mainsoft.fr/freeware_en.htm#MsnFavDiv And I had to install MSN to figure this out now it's time to uninstall it Last edited by
  7. I have checked the appropriate boxes for seaching for and showing hidden files.
  8. Once you have the HTML file you can import them into Firefox by following the instructions here: Import Bookmarks from an HTML file I hope that helps.
  9. Thanks ojann Reply With Quote July 30th, 2008,07:28 PM #14 slgrieb View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Feb 2003 Posts 4,103 There isn't a simple way to do
  10. But I'm not DOS literate.

Msn Favorites

I tried this... I'm impressed and am thinking to leaving the MSN Explorer which is just a fluffy version of Internet Explorer. Msn Explorer Favorites Location Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly." Reply With Quote May 10th, 2008,05:36 AM #12 Adamsappleone View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Open Explorer.

Article Link http://www.fanhow.com/knowhow:Import_bookmarks_from_MSN_Explorer_to_Firefox_28664468 Converter Link http://www.linkagogo.net/go/Convert/Home Eddyc, Thanks for the reply I just happened to find an article and a converter site that actually worked in this situation and for others this content Modified July 19, 2013 at 7:35:42 AM PDT by Ed Majeskty Posted 7/19/13, 8:57 AM Chosen Solution Eddyc, Thanks for the reply I just happened to find an article and a Any suggestions? When I browse I go to C: documents and settings, user name, and then the my documents file.

Those are awesome and very complete directions. Someone recently asked for a solution, so I have prepared a (quick and dirty) toolkit that does the job. But it is not just for this browser alone. weblink nothing...

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Soo goto the directory where they create the favorites and save them to a floppy.

To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. 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" . The readme file contains instructions about how to handle this issue. 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

Click on Start then on the Start Search box, type %USERPROFILE% and press Enter on your keyboard. 2. Will the above workaround instructions work for me to access and back up my favorites?ThanksReport as AbuseYesNoWas this helpful?0 of 2 people found this post helpful. The only thing I can think of to do is to type in every fricking one of them. http://relite.org/how-to/internet-explorer-9-link-to-favorites.php when a solution is found.

Firstly, you will probably *NEVER* get any help from micro$oft for FireFox. Double-click the Userdata folder. 6. That would be quite the project. Stay Away From These 2 Features You Won't Find These Exclusive Linux Apps on Windows Linux You Won't Find These Exclusive Linux Apps on Windows The Newest Linux Operating Systems and

I created one called "favorites" on my 'C' drive. Once one's files are in Netscape bookmark form, they can be saved to a hard drive, transferred to a browser, or saved to one's favorite book marking site. place check in box next to "show hidden files and folders" # Window "Search" - Do a search for favorites.xmlStart -> Search -> "for files or folders" -> click on "All Print them out and and re-enter them for her." The link I provided is the simplest way to do it Last edited by Adamsappleone; July 30th, 2008 at 11:07 PM.

RULE #2: See Rule #1using Win XP/SP2 (home) FF1.5.0.9 FF2.0.0.1 FF3a1 Tbird1.5.0.9 ==> Press for More Answers <==No colours in sig please. But not CHESS !!! They say the only way to do it is to copy each book mark over, one at a time with a copy and paste. So I tried to follow the instructions about how to accomplish this in DOS.

Now to do it with Firefox. Still Lost... Intranet An intranet is usually described as an internal or restricted access network that is similar ... The converter stored "bookmark.html" converted file in the 'download folder' on Windows 7 so check time and date of the convert to get the right one.

But it is not just for this browser alone. It can be found here: http://www.mainsoft.fr/en/downloads.htm The instructions show how to export the Favourites and then convert them into an HTML file. Contact Us Privacy Policy Legal Notices Report Trademark Abuse Source Code Twitter Facebook Firefox Friends Switch to mobile site Around The HomeEntertainmentProductivitySmart HomeFamilyParentingToysPetsTravelProduct ReviewsPhonesTabletsLaptopsDesktopsWearablesAudioCamerasHeadphonesPrintersSmart HomeTVsGaming and VideoOne Cool ThingPodcastFrugal TechKickstartersVideosTechwalla SEARCHHomeAround In case anyone wants to try it: Note: stuff in [square brackets] is for you to fill in.