12-24-2009, 02:01 AM
Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Canada eh
OS: xp mce sp2, xp pro sp2, windows 7 x86
Howdy and welcome to TSF!
Been a long time, but try this
then when it's a d: prompt
though you may not have to specify the drive if you're already there
Then, I think, you can go to the folder on c:
If that brings you to that folder, check to make sure by doing a
there may need to be a space, been so long, and I've forgotten so much eh.
You want to copy all the files from the directory, so when you are in the directory,
you should be able to type
copy *.* d:\D
using the * (wildcard) symbol will select every file present, as all file names and
extensions will match the criteria, and copy them to the destination of d:\D
Hope that works, like I say, I rarely use anything dos-like anymore, can't remember the
last time I did, but it's been years.