Windows 7 copy error please help

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I was trying to copy from my external drive but I am getting an error as shown below in an image. I am trying the same with teracopy but I still get the same error. If anyone here have faced the same problem then your solution is important for me.

I have windows 7 installed on my system and also have been using multiple ports in my system. Please help.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #128913

Windows 7 copy error please help

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Hello friend,

Your external drive downloader must be missing somewhere. It means that your Windows 7 external file that you chose  is missing from your Computer.  So it  can not work. It is better for you to keep only the original file by Windows 7 software rather than using an alternative software.

This is your solution

Option1:

Go to your windows containing program files.

And related apps what you want to use.  Paste from original apps generally on this folder.

You get original apps from Windows 7 software disk or contain package.

Then restart the program and you can copy from there.

Option2:

You can finally use alternative program if you keep default existence. I mean at this time which you have, you can get more options to use.

Thanks

Answered By 0 points N/A #128914

Windows 7 copy error please help

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Those items aren’t physically present on your external drive anymore. For some reason, they are displayed like they are. Just open your external drive in My Computer and press “F5” on your keyboard. Now content of your hard-drive should be refreshed and only files that physically exist will be displayed.

Alternately, in My Computer press mouse right button on your external drive, choose last option (“Properties”), go to “Tools” tab and start Error-checking of your external drive. It should fix all problems related to the file structure on your external hard-drive.

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