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How to use xcopy / xcopy32 to copy whole & sub directories, in DOS ?

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Old June 8th 09, 06:44 AM posted to microsoft.public.win98.setup
TE Chea
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Default How to use xcopy / xcopy32 to copy whole & sub directories, in DOS ?

When my Temporary Internet Files directory's index.dat file
is damaged ( no cookie visible ), I need to copy a backup of
T-I-F into another partition after I use deltree.exe to delete
the T-I-F with a damaged index.dat file, but xcopy & xcopy32
can't copy whole & sub directories to another partition ( as
claimed possible by help.com guide ).
Help.com has no example on this. Can any MVP tell me how


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