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Re: Moving zip file to PAF on Hard Drive
Posted by: Warren Auld Date: June 17, 2001 at 15:19:09
In Reply to: Moving zip file to PAF on Hard Drive by Pat Welch of 4837

Usually zip drives are treated as another hard disk, so you should be able to go into Windows Explorer and just copy the files from the Zip drive (D:, E: or whatever letter it is assigned) to your hard disk. You may have to reload PAF, but the data files should be able to be copied straight across.


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