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Ch06Powr - Using DEL REN MOVE and RD/S Ch 6 1 Overview Will...

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Ch 6 1 Using DEL , REN, MOVE, and RD /S
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Ch 6 2 Overview Overview Will continue to work with internal commands that help manage and manipulate files.
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Ch 6 3 Overview Overview Will focus on the following commands: DEL REN MOVE RD /S
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Ch 6 4 Overview Overview Why and how to back up specific files, or an entire disk, so as to not lose important data will be discussed.
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Ch 6 5 Eliminating Files with Eliminating Files with the DEL Command the DEL Command Keep only the files you need on your disk.
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Ch 6 6 Eliminating Files with Eliminating Files with the DEL Command the DEL Command DEL command used to erase unwanted files. ERASE command works the same way DEL command works.
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Ch 6 7 Eliminating Files with Eliminating Files with the DEL Command the DEL Command A file deleted at the command line is not physically removed from the disk.
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Ch 6 8 Eliminating Files with Eliminating Files with the DEL Command the DEL Command It is sometimes possible to recover a file deleted at the command line. However, when DEL is used the file/s are deleted.
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Ch 6 9 Eliminating Files with Eliminating Files with the DEL Command the DEL Command File deleted from hard drive using My Computer or Windows Explorer is recoverable.
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Ch 6 10 Eliminating Files with Eliminating Files with the DEL Command the DEL Command Files not recoverable are those deleted from: Removable disk/s Floppy disks Command prompt
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Ch 6 11 Eliminating Files with Eliminating Files with the DEL Command the DEL Command DEL command syntax: DEL [/P] [/F] [/S] [/Q] [/A [[:] attributes]] names Names refers to [drive:] [path] filename
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Ch 6 12 Activity—Using the Activity—Using the DEL Command DEL Command KEY CONCEPTS: Function of DIR Why drive letter and path not included DEL does not confirm prior to deletion
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Ch 6 13 Deleting Multiple Files Deleting Multiple Files DEL can be used to delete multiple files. Separate (by spaces) files to be deleted.
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Ch 6 14 Activity—Using DEL with Activity—Using DEL with Multiple Parameters Multiple Parameters KEY CONCEPTS: Using DIR Deleting multiple files with DEL
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Ch 6 15 Deleting Files on Other Deleting Files on Other Drives and Directories Drives and Directories The DEL command can be used to eliminate files on other drives and subdirectories.
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Ch 6 16 Deleting Files on Other Deleting Files on Other Drives and Directories Drives and Directories DEL command syntax: DEL names Names refers to designated drives, subdirectories, and names of files you wish to delete.
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Ch 6 17 Deleting Files on Other Deleting Files on Other Drives and Directories Drives and Directories Order and logic of syntax are important when keying in command.
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Ch 6 18 Deleting Files on Other Deleting Files on Other Drives and Directories Drives and Directories Common error: DEL GONE.FIL B: Should be: DEL B:GONE.FIL
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