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Moving files (Cut and Paste) - Vista Home Premium

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Old 10-07-2007
Dean
 

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Moving files (Cut and Paste) - Vista Home Premium
When I move multiple files/folders files between drives via Computer using
the right mouse click then Cut, then I right mouse click Paste on the
destination. Most times, it goes through the motions , but leaves
half/most/some the files behind. I sometimes have to do this 10+ times to
move all the folders.

Instead, if I do the same, but use the menu Cut and then right mouse click
paste, all the files are transferred no problems.

It must be an issue with the right-mouse click Cut function as that is the
only difference in my method.
Thanks
Dean
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Old 10-09-2007
Gene Hora
 

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Re: Moving files (Cut and Paste) - Vista Home Premium
This doesn't directly answer your question, but gives another solution. I
found it on this NG sometime back and it works great for me. It's worth a
look.

http://www.vista4beginners.com/copy-...er-option-menu



"Dean" <Dean@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> When I move multiple files/folders files between drives via Computer using
> the right mouse click then Cut, then I right mouse click Paste on the
> destination. Most times, it goes through the motions , but leaves
> half/most/some the files behind. I sometimes have to do this 10+ times to
> move all the folders.
>
> Instead, if I do the same, but use the menu Cut and then right mouse click
> paste, all the files are transferred no problems.
>
> It must be an issue with the right-mouse click Cut function as that is the
> only difference in my method.
> Thanks
> Dean


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