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TeraCopy copy queries in Windows 7


jonem81

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I am using TeraCopy to copy files, videos etc., from DVD to a folder on my Hard Drive. I have already copied a number of files, but I want to know if TeraCopy 'skips' files if they are already copied. I am experiencing a red spot with an 'X' for many files. Are these the files that are already in existence, or are these corrupt files? ( BTW, I know that some of my videos et., were duplicated ) As an example of what I am experiencing, there is a DVD that does not appear to be copied at all, because I have noted the size of the target folder has not increased after using TeraCopy. This free application was suggested by Forum members, and it seems excellent for the purpose, but I just need a little more info.

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northumbria61

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I don't know anything about Teracopy but according to paragraph 4 in this link it does skip files - enter link description here

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This also may help enter link description here

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jonem81

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northumbria61 Thanks, northumbria61 !

Both links fine!

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