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Flash Drive and Ext Hard drive


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Ok I have a snap drive that plugs into my computer USB port and my Ext HD both have files and files inside

of folders ok  ?

 

Is it possible somehow to get that list printed of the files that on the Flash drive/ Ext HD - drive E / Flash and drive F Ext HD to print out the files they have;   guessing in text format to print  out so I have it in my hand and can read / use it ; theirs no print command on the menus so wonder if possible and how ?    Need simple directions . .

 

Any ideas out their - thanks


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You can open a command prompt window and change to the device that you want to look at and use the command "dir /s /b > FILE.txt" and then print FILE.txt. There are options to the DIR command, so you can select how you want to list the files, "dir /?" will show you the options.

 

The "/s" shows all subdirectories and the "/b" shows just the files without headers, full path.


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Hum don t know how to do that will wait on other comments; lost when it comes to sub commands ; and DIR and heard something about

not missing files in sub folders betting theirs to many choices for a simple text print out l will wait see other comments I guess  :  (


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