To check if your printer driver is installed on a computer running the
Windows XP operating system, click the Start button, click Control Panel,
click Printers and Other Hardware, and then click View installed printers
or fax printers. If your computer runs Windows 2000, click the Start button,
point to Settings, and then click Printers. If your printer is listed in the
Printers window, the printer is ready to use.
Windows XP provides a Files and Settings Transfer Wizard to move data,
such as e-mails, window sizes, toolbar settings, and Internet bookmarks,
from one computer to another. First you collect the data from the source
computer, and then you import the data to the new computer.
If the source computer uses another Windows operating system, the wizard
can be launched from the Windows XP operating system CD or from a
floppy disk created on the Windows XP computer. You may transfer the
data to the new computer over a network or serial connection, or you may
store it on a removable medium, such as a floppy disk, a Zip disk, or a
On the Windows XP computer, click the Start button, point to All
Programs—> Accessories—> System Tools, and then click Files and
Settings Transfer Wizard.
On the welcome screen, click Next.
On the Which computer is this? screen, select New Computer, and
then click Next.
Follow the instructions on the screen.
The CD that you
need to place in your CD
or DVD drive is titled