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joetech

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I have C:,D:,E:,F: defined on 2 drives. D: and F: are empty.
I want to copy everything from C: & E: to D: and then Fdisk remove the C: drive partition and have D: as the new C: drive.
What can I use to image copy these drives and be sure I get all the hidden system files?
xcopy32 ???
 
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I think this might do it for you....
XXCOPY

or click here

WindowsPC says :
XXCOPY is simply a logical extension to XCOPY. It remains faithfully compatible with XCOPY in the invocation syntax, yet, adds many innovative features to be a very serious utility for anyone who feels comfortable in managing files in command line mode (DOS Box). XXCOPY has grown to be not just a file copy program but also file removal, search and list utility. Its short-name preserving capability makes it ideal to clone a system disk which can be made bootable. XXCOPY runs under Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and comes with a 16-bit version XXCOPY16 which allows copying files in DOS environment using short name only (to be later expanded to long name). You may also use it for synchronizing systems. In short, it is an industrial strength utility for system administrators.

Savvy :)
 

joetech

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Thanks Lady, I may use that.
I wonder if it makes a difference if the drive has been reformated as 32.
I found xcopy and xcopy32 in Windows command but not xxcopy.
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I didn't read to much while there but there was alot to be read...

I think from a glance its an improved version of xcopy

Savvy :)
 
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