hi,
When I tried to copy the files from c:\windows\Downloaded Program Files to desktop, i am not able to copy.
Please suggest.
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Which error message are you getting?
Answered 06/25/2010 by: Yaduveer
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this is not a "real" folder. Or it is but Windows Explorer isn't showing you everything that's in there. This folder typically contains ActiveX controls
try using Robocopy or even a straight file copy from a command line window.

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Answered 06/25/2010 by: pjgeutjens
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When I tried to see in that folder, even if hidden folders option was enabled, I could not see any folder. I blindly put below command.

F:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>copy "C:\windows\Downloaded Program Files\*.*" "C:\Test\"

It worked.
Answered 06/25/2010 by: Yaduveer
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hi,

I tried the same through command prompt.But it did not work out.It is showing "the system cannot find the path specified"- 0 files copied..
Answered 06/25/2010 by: Pinky
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Did you by any chance forget to put quotes around "C:\Windows\Downloaded Program Files\*.*" or any other path containing spaces?
Answered 06/25/2010 by: pjgeutjens
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no..I gave with quotes..and regd robocopy..it is not supported for win xp..
Answered 06/25/2010 by: Pinky
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Traverse through Command Prompt to "Downloaded Program Files" folder. You can view all the files in that particulat folder using command.
Copy those files which you need to any specific location of your interest. Hope this should work :)
Answered 06/25/2010 by: mekaywe
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Hi there,

You need to register file :
regsvr32 C:\winnt\system32\occache.dll to see the content of this folder.

Rgds, MSI*
Answered 06/28/2010 by: MSI*
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