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Windows 7: Win 7 .Bat installation advise / help

28 May 2012   #1
lordkit

Windows 7 Enterprise Edition
 
 
Win 7 .Bat installation advise / help

Hi All,

I have a .bat file which is working on XP but i cannot seem to get it installed on Windows 7.

This is what the.bat file is doing :
xcopy "O:\Consulting Briefcase\*.*" C:\ProgramData\consulting briefcase\" /s /e /h /y

As you can see it's getting a copy from my O: drive and saving the files to the C:**** location

But it's not saving - even when i run as admin.

Can someone advise is this the correct location to save Windows 7 install / data files?

Thanks in advance,
Ket


My System SpecsSystem Spec
28 May 2012   #2
strollin

W7 Ult desktop, W8.1 laptop, W7 Home netbook, W8.1 tablet, Win 10 TP VM
 
 

Do you get an error when you attempt to run the .bat file?

Several things to check. Do you have an O: drive defined? There is a missing " from the xcopy command, is that a typo or is it missing in the .bat file too?

Where do you have the .bat file saved on your computer? Are you trying to run it from the same folder as where it is saved? If not, is the folder that contains the .bat file listed in your PATH environment variable?
My System SpecsSystem Spec
28 May 2012   #3
Ztruker

Windows 8 Core X64
 
 

Open an Elevated Command Prompt and run the command from there, not via a batch file.

xcopy "O:\Consulting Briefcase\*.*" "C:\ProgramData\consulting briefcase\" /s /e /h /y

What response do you get?
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