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COPY FILES WITH CMD

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  • COPY FILES WITH CMD


    1.First Create a Folder with any name Ex:- Source.(Keep The Source Folder in C: drive)


    2.Next  Create an another Folder With any name Ex:- Destination.
    (Keep The Destination Folder in D: drive)


    3.Now go to Start--> Run and type cmd to open the Command Prompt window .


    4.Then type CD\ and hit Enter


    5.Then it will appears C:\>


    6.Then type [[[ XCOPY ]]]


    7.And Then type Location of the Source Folder [[[ Ex:-C:\Source ]]]


    8.Then type Location of the Destination Folder [[[ Ex:-D:\destination ]]]


    9.Finally u has to type in the Command Prompt window is [[[ xcopy C:\source D:\destination ]]]


    10.Now The Total Files In The Source Folder are Copied to Destination Folder.

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