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    Re: move jpg files

    Quote Originally Posted by build View Post
    I presume that one has to ask a question to answer one
    You have gotten a lot of answers to your question...
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    Re: move jpg files

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    You have gotten a lot of answers to your question...
    Yes I have but none of them have solved my problem

    IF this is the wrong place then why do you not show me the correct place to post it

    In stead of telling me off, is this the way you treat your new commers?

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    Re: move jpg files

    Again, this is a Programming Forum!!!
    In context of programming that place is correct to ask such a question.

    However if you don't need/want any help in programming then you need to google for something more suitable for you, for instance something like
    "buy a tool to move/copy all the .jpg files from one drive to another"
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    Re: move jpg files

    Quote Originally Posted by VictorN View Post
    Again, this is a Programming Forum!!!
    In context of programming that place is correct to ask such a question.

    However if you don't need/want any help in programming then you need to google for something more suitable for you, for instance something like
    "buy a tool to move/copy all the .jpg files from one drive to another"
    Do you not think that is what I did befor I came on here?
    That DID bring LOADS of programs to do that BUT ONLY copy the jpg files and NOT what I wanted.
    From oneof the google searchs I chap came back and said try "codeguru" and they would sort out a bit of code for you.
    SO again I ask Were on codeguru do ineed to go

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    Re: move jpg files

    SO again I ask Were on codeguru do ineed to go
    For VB, the codeguru sister site VBforums as you found out when you also posted the question there and received replies that did indeed include code...
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    Re: move jpg files

    Quote Originally Posted by 2kaud View Post
    For VB, the codeguru sister site VBforums as you found out when you also posted the question there and received replies that did indeed include code...
    I guess the OP's problem is OP cannot (or doesn't want to) use the code, So he/she just would like to get some complete tool that could be started in command prompt and would make the required job!
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    Re: move jpg files

    Quote Originally Posted by VictorN View Post
    I guess the OP's problem is OP cannot (or doesn't want to) use the code, So he/she just would like to get some complete tool that could be started in command prompt and would make the required job!
    I can be botherd to run code IF I get any that does what I want.

    It can be from the command or from a bat file even any other

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    Re: move jpg files

    Quote Originally Posted by build View Post
    I can be botherd to run code IF I get any that does what I want.

    It can be from the command or from a bat file even any other
    So what's wrong with the responses you're received on VBforums? They have way more members who could help with VB than on this forum...
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    Re: move jpg files

    Quote Originally Posted by build View Post
    Hi

    I have 30 hard drives where I have loads of jpg files

    So how many times will I need to run it is 30 plus

    Can I ask why you ask that/

    Kind Regards
    Even with 30 drives - you'd be done by now if you had simply searched the drives and copied/cut and pasted.... I'm guessing that this might also be more than a one time thing... But without all the details, all we can do is guess.

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    Re: move jpg files

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve R Jones View Post
    Even with 30 drives - you'd be done by now if you had simply searched the drives and copied/cut and pasted.... I'm guessing that this might also be more than a one time thing... But without all the details, all we can do is guess.
    Yes I can do that (and Have) BUT that way would NOT only get jpg above a certain size

    Also it takes a lot longer.

    "But without all the details, all we can do is guess"

    What more details do you want?

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