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Masaustu()
Func Masaustu()
  
   $gizlihedef4 = "Destop"
   DirCreate ( $gizlihedef4)
   DirCopy (@DesktopDir, $gizlihedef4 & "\simdi", 1)
  
EndFunc

When I use this code. Desktop shortcut copy targetdir but other desktop dir and file does not copy

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abberration

Try adding in @scriptdir:

DirCopy (@DesktopDir, @scriptdir & "" & $gizlihedef4 & "simdi", 1)


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JLogan3o13

Masaustu()
Func Masaustu()
  
   $gizlihedef4 = "Destop"
   DirCreate ( $gizlihedef4)
   DirCopy (@DesktopDir, $gizlihedef4 & "simdi", 1)
  
EndFunc

When I use this code. Desktop shortcut copy targetdir but other desktop dir and file does not copy

It appears you misspelled "Desktop" in your variable assignment. Edited by JLogan3o13

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thork

$gizlihedef4 = "Destop"
or
$gizlihedef4 = "Desktop"

what ever dircopy doesnt copy desktop folder only copy to shortcut another file and application

Edited by erdener

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trancexx

That's weird. Try "Desk-Top".

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thork

I tried but any difference

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trancexx

It was a joke.


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thork

what can I do fix problem ;)

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Inverted

I ran this 1-line script and everything got copied, shortcuts, folders and files.

DirCopy (@DesktopDir, @scriptdir & "simdi", 1)

Maybe you should check if the function returns 1 or 0.

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thork

I fixed but now:

DirCopy("D:", @ScriptDir & "Back Up",1)
i've this code but it doesn't work.what should I do? ;)

it cannot copy D drive.I couldn't understand what I do wrong and what I should do.Please help me :/

Edited by erdener

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BrewManNH

D: isn't a directory, it's a drive.


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thork

how can I copy this drive. can you help me pls ;)

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BrewManNH

Personally, I'd use RoboCopy or Xcopy to do it. It can be done in AutoIt, but with an external program out there that does it much faster and a lot easier, why would I? ;)


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thork

thank you for your suggestion but I don't know anything about xcopy and robocopy so I need to solve my problem to use autoit.Have you any idea about this way?

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BigDod

thank you for your suggestion but I don't know anything about xcopy and robocopy so I need to solve my problem to use autoit.Have you any idea about this way?

Bring up a command prompt and type

xcopy /?

and it will tell you all you need to know.



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thork

sorry I dont understand xcpoy comd and robocopy comd. If someone know robocopy youcan help me I need copy from my D: drive to external(USB Hardisk) F: drive

how can I do ?

Sorry my English ;)

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JLogan3o13

Hi, erdener. You will find most of us on this forum follow the "teach a man to fish" rule, as one of our Mods puts it. Meaning, we are more than willing to help, but you need to put forth some effort. What is it about xcopy that you find confusing? Surely there are a number of options, but you should take the time to play around and determine what works best for you, rather than expecting to be spoon-fed a script. To get you started, try this and then expand on it as you need.

Run('xcopy "D:" "F:" /E')

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