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  1. #11
    Senior Member Spyrus's Avatar
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    Here I posted this a while back in the tutorials forum

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hlight=migrate

    just change one line like so

    xcopy %sname%:\*.doc /S h:\migrate /H /I /C /K /E

    to

    xcopy %sname%:\*.* /S h:\migrate /H /I /C /K /E

    then remove the rese like this.

    install this batch file on the root of each directory and run it.

    This will keep the Directory structure intact. Let me know how it works
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    Angry shame on you!

    I was very disappoited to return after a long leave to see that the first correct answer to the simple question of how to copy all the dirs on d:\ to e:\ was the ninth person. I do NOT consider myself as one of the true computer connaisseurs, but I sincerely think that any self-respecting freak should know the answer was typing at your DOS prmpt:\>xcopy *.* /s e:

    Is the level down?

    Or is it just my mood?


    From the shitpile,

    yours sincerely,

    JaKe.

  3. #13
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    Xcopy d: e: > c:\ whereuwantit

    that will do the trip fdisk will delete unwanted paritions after U have made your copies.

  4. #14
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    thank you all for your helps
    :-))))))

    thank you all for your helps
    :-))))))
    toured

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