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Delete folders from Back up Drive


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Gazza3411

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Hi
I'm on Windows 7 & have a 1Tb back up drive!
I want to delete some backups without having to click delete and waiting for 8 hours for them to delete then having to mt the wastepaper basket!
Thanks
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The Noodle

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Well to start with if you hold down shift when you press the delete key to delete a file/folder it bypasses the recycle bin,just a thought.

EDIT:
From a quick google search FastCopy might be the way to go.

Edited by The Noodle, 24 October 2010 - 11:47 PM.

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Gazza3411

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Thanks I'll try it but it only takes about 15 minutes to mt the bin!
Cheers
Gary
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The Noodle

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Just out of curiosity, mt?
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m t

empty
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Yup MT=Empty
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*sob*
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Yup MT=Empty


Don't you just love shorthand?
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