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i am trying to copy files and ma having difficulty...i have no problems moving them around, but when i try to copy (tried numerous different versions of the dir commands and stuff) i always get an error...below is my latest attempt....what am i missing?
cheers...thanks alot for that...i knew it was gonna be something ridiculously easy, but still beyond my means...still recovering from being sppoon fed in windows...
i just realised how weird my file is ...its actually purely coincidental that that was what i was working on at the time, but it is exactly the kind of thing i would usually do intentionally for pure "shock" value...hehe
thanks for the tip...may keep me from filling up this board with posts..hehe
re:the file- it is actually an old punk band and their album title...haha...when i lookt at it after i read your post again, i laffed outloud...people are gonna think(know) im some kind of a deviant....damn, my secret is out....