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cuttysark
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Hi,

I believe this is a stupid question, but how do I copy files from a CD to HD under ROS Explorer(Real Hardware Installation)? Copy and paste doesn't work... Drag'n drop either...

Thanks

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Re: ROS Explorer

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cuttysark wrote:Hi,

I believe this is a stupid question, but how do I copy files from a CD to HD under ROS Explorer(Real Hardware Installation)? Copy and paste doesn't work... Drag'n drop either...

Thanks
I use the file manager features in 7-zip.

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Re: ROS Explorer

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I use cmd.

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Re: ROS Explorer

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You can also try total commander -> http://www.ghisler.com/ will work in ros 0.3.9

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Re: ROS Explorer

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It wont. Getting crashy whenever you press anything.

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I suggest setting Total Commander's status in tests to FAILED instead of WORKS (or at least to Run w/o result), because it's misleading people who have enough skills to find appropriate page.

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Re: ROS Explorer

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I've tryed all the freeware "explorers" from this [article]http://www.simplehelp.net/2006/10/11/10 ... -reviewed/[/url] and they all failed.

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I'd recommend CMD as well. Simply select "run" from the Start menu and run "cmd". (or start it using the desktop shortcut)
Then type:
copy d:\anypathyoulike\yourfile.xxx c:\anypathyoulike\yourfile.xxx
and it will copy that file. Use copy d:\*.* c:\*.* to copy all the files from d:\ to c:\ (does not include subfolders)
Console is one of the things that are best working.

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Re: ROS Explorer

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Console is less prone to crash the OS, also it doesnt spam debug log at all.

If you need to copy whole directory structure, use xcopy command (xcopy /s *.* [destination] - correct me if i`m wrong).

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Re: ROS Explorer

Post by led-bloon »

Have you tried:
1. Select files on CD
2. Select folder on HD (LHS pane of explorer)
3. Right mouse click on folder
4. Drop down should have "insert"
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