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Windows 7: Filename append with number on copy to same folder?

17 Nov 2012   #11

window7 64 Bit

how can i fix this issue as when i copy & paste file in same folder , file get save with same name ending with name Copy.
i dont want this fuction in my laptop i should get pop message
Please help

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