Spectrum April 1, 1990

This is an old flyer from back in the day. Found it among my things…. yes, I have a slight hoarding problem. Good new is that I found it whilst I was cleaning.

Solution! Using Robocopy to completely delete a directory.

Folder within a folder within a folder within a folder within a folder within a folder within a folder ……………until you hit a point where you cannot delete anymore. Files that have become undeleteable by normal means due to long filenames or too many folders inside one another? Just use these commands below. mkdir empty_dir robocopy empty_dir  <space> the_dir_to_delete /s /mir rmdir empty_dir rmdir the_dir_to_delete Robocopy Updated: April 17, 2012 Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8 Copies file data. Syntax robocopy <Source> <Destination> [<File>[ …]] Read More …

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