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Help unzipping file and then sending to SD card ?

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Kia2017

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Good Evening,I need help with unzipping a file and then copying it to a SD card.

It must be placed here ("file")  

 

Example    D:\BACKUP\PROJ\"file" 

 

How would I do this step by step 

 

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Kia2017

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Sorry some more info.This is a Zipped Program File for a Robot.The original program was incorrect  . So the changes were emailed to me

in a Zipped format.And I need to place this file (extracted) in this order per instructions D:BACKUP\PROJ\file  .So my question is how would

one accomplish this 


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Since the file was E-mailed to you, it's an attachment. The first thing you need to do is save it to your hard drive.

I would create a new folder in your Downloads folder, call it Robot, then save the attachment there.

 

Once there, right click on the file and click on Select all. Look in the Files will be extracted to this folder box to see where the files will be placed, which should be a new fo0lder under the Downloads\Robot folder.

 

Once the files are there, you can then copy them to the D:\BACKUP\PROJ folder on th SD card.


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