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How can I copy folder present in C drive to a folder in D drive using command prompt? what are the commands for this purpose?

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You can so just use the plain old copy command. I would suggest the robocopy command. It has many features including the ability to mirror source and destination folders.

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My problem was solved using copy command. Thanks for helping me.

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