Cheryl, You can also try moving your whole Roots4 directory (programs and data) to your new computer. You should be able to do that with PKZIP or WinZip. It will take several diskettes, but when you have unzipped it on your new system, you will also have the Roots IV program available if you want to get some real work done and you don't think you have time to learn the UFT way (although it is not that hard). I did that with my old database, and I still have it stored in my Roots4 directory. I occationally copy the directory to a laptop for a further backup and to give me access to my data on genealogy trips (the laptop is too slow for UFT).
I would also suggest that once you are on your new system, you load UFT backups on to your old computer, to ensure that the data on the disks is good. (I've found problems with both recycled and new diskettes.)