HI,Well went to the link you suggested and it was a waste of my time i got the response there,i even went into BIOS changed boot order brought up old HDD,did another back up of that drive thinking may be somehow wiped the back up of
the old HDD,Then i shut PC down removed old HDD cables so there would be no connection to PC,WD X-TERNAL HDD or
what ever might connect both HDD’S,shut down PC changed boot order back to new HDD&WIN 7 OS.
I then started PC back went WD PROGRAM and tried to do a retrieveal of what i now know should be on WD X-TERNAL HDD and i do not think you can get there from here and i have been working on retrievel for about a week and i am not alone with this problem as it appears to be a common occurence with WD X-TERNAL HDD I HAVE COME TO CONCLUSION I WISH I HAD NOT WASTED HARD EARNED MONEY ON IT.
Heres what need to do when i go into WD and try to install all of the data,files or what ever you want to call them.
My PASSPORT is a " i" drive,MY WIN 7 OS is called a "c " drive you would think that you should be able to set the retrieval
from "i " drive to "c " drive and complete the transfer to the new HDD,BUT I HAVE COME TO CONCLUSION THAT I WILL JUST LEAVE WELL ENOUGH ALONE SINCE I MAY USE ORIGINAL HDD MUCH IT WILL LAST AWHILE.
I will tinker with when i do not have a bad hair day and if i ever get it to work find if not i will just try another brand of X-TERNAL HDD for back up enough is enough,thanks for all the help i am done with this for now.