Results 1 to 2 of 2
2010-09-11, 01:55 #1
- Join Date
- Dec 2002
- San Francisco, California, USA
- Thanked 1 Time in 1 Post
I have data on multiple drives and I want to consolidate all of my files and folders into one folder on my c:\ drive. Let's call the folder: C:\@Consolidated
Current data locations:
C:\AAA\[all of my data folders and files]
C:\Documents and Settings\LARRY\My Documents\
H:\[usb memory drive]
I:\[usb memory drive]
Many of the files in C:\AAA folder are the same as on H:\ drive and I:\ drive but some are just different versions of the same files. I want only the latest versions of the same document signified by the most recent revision time and date. I also want to maintain the folder structure on each drive. So, I may have the same file in different folders and that's ok but I don't want the same file in the same folder but just different versions (revision date and times).
Is there a program that you would recommend or is there a script somewhere that could accomplish this task?
2010-09-11, 03:48 #2
- Join Date
- Dec 2009
- Thanked 1,017 Times in 946 Posts
I would copy everything to My Documents, but in separate directories, then use one of the many duplicate file finder programs to sort through the files.