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Anonymous
May 3, 2005 1:22:08 PM

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In reinstalling backed-up files after a crash they seem to have been copied
or accepted with an extra or repeating layer of sub-folders, folders or file
designations, like my docs, docs, docs., and the files not only seem to be
located in "C" but also in other locations. Can I condense some of these
seemingly repetitve levels, or erase mid-level folders, etc? Is there a
turorial or good explanation anywhere on how this systenm works?
Thanks

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Anonymous
May 3, 2005 10:10:03 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.basics (More info?)

I can't quite visualize what you're describing. At least I don't think so.
Outside of a basic partition structure you pretty much control the lay of
the land.

What tool are you using to back and restore with and how do you get back
from the crash to where you are now?

--
Walter Clayton
Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced.


"sfmonty" <sfmonty@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> In reinstalling backed-up files after a crash they seem to have been
> copied
> or accepted with an extra or repeating layer of sub-folders, folders or
> file
> designations, like my docs, docs, docs., and the files not only seem to be
> located in "C" but also in other locations. Can I condense some of these
> seemingly repetitve levels, or erase mid-level folders, etc? Is there a
> turorial or good explanation anywhere on how this systenm works?
> Thanks
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