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Windows 7: Moving all hard drive files 4 folders up.

04 Nov 2012   #11
olivierth

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My apologies to strollin.

Past experiences had lead me to believe I needed free space to move files around. Also, you're reply had no explanations tied it so I hope you will understand why I thought you were joking around. On top of that you removed your reply because you thought you were wrong.

(I didn't see your reply on the forum, I saw it in my emails)

I couldn't risk jeopardizing such valuable data with any doubt. It took over a month and a lot of money to get the data extracted from my hard drive. The company I was dealing with had to send my HDD to a white room somewhere in France to get the data out.

Once again my apologies. I was only disrespectful because I thought you were doing the same to me.


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