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Use XCOPY

Open a command prompt and use this:

XCOPY [source] [destination]

with these switches:

/S - copy sub dirs
/E - even if the subs are empty
/Y - answer yes to prompts
/C - continue if errors occur
/F - display full path and filename


You can pipe this to a text file with "> xxx.txt" (remove quotes)


so ... we get:

xcopy C:\*.* L:\*.* /s/e/y/c/f > L:\copy.txt
 
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