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When you want to copy all the files from a DOS floppy onto your hard disk, and you want to preserve the underlying directory structures from the floppy, try the <TT>XCOPY</TT> command. For example<BR>
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<KBD>XCOPY A:*.* C:\TEST</KBD><BR>
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will place all the files and directories from the floppy in the <TT>A:</TT> drive underneath the <TT>C:\TEST</TT> directory.

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When you want to copy all the files from a DOS floppy onto your hard disk, and you want to preserve the underlying directory structures from the floppy, try the XCOPY command. For example

XCOPY A:*.* C:\TEST

will place all the files and directories from the floppy in the A: drive underneath the C:\TEST directory.