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Move files to a USBstick and retain links within these file


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ASDIP

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Hi

Could you help me out please.


I need to transfer the following file setup from my PC to say  an external HD or a USBstick and also say from one HD to another HD.
I need to preseve the links between folders and preserve the "cover JPG" that I give them.
The USBstick would be used to take with me to be able to show clients on their PC
my "gallery" of art/photos.

here an e.g. of what I need to setup

>MAIN FOLDER
has say folder
>OCEAN & FOLDER>MOUNTAINS with photos in each

Within the main folder I have links to fileS inside ....OCEAN & MOUNTAINS.

SO........
When I move this main folder to different locations, HD, USBstick or another PC
the clinks need to remain "connected"

Cheers
Nick



 


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Natalie Green

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what kind if link are they. If the has to do anything with the internet than it will do work.


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hi

They are links from the main folder to photos within the sub folders.

Cheers
nic


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Does it worked or not.

If any problem persist tell me.


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