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Old July 18th 19, 11:01 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware
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Default MISSINF Folderrs/Files

Oh wow!
I did a time-consuming (many hours) copy-paste of a large folder with
many folders&files from one large USB stick to another (1TB). The
result looks bad. The # and size of the folders & files are 'way
different:
FROM TO
#FOLDERS=2710 #FOLDERS=2286
#FILES=34,379 #FILES=17,522
SIZE=23.2GB SIZE=17.2GB
DRIVE G DRIVE D

The top-level folders look same (28 files/folders/shortcuts).

A lot of folders/files are seemingly missing. Scary. Is there a W10
function I can use to compare the 2 disks? And show missings?
Or a program I can download?
Thanka
xxxxx
 




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