Tor_Fey August 18, 2010 at 02:50:15 Specs: Windows XP, 512
I have been searching the internet for help with this and I don’t seem to be getting any ware. I want to write a batch file that copies the documents and settings folder to a second hard drive on shutdown. What I have so far is only a test: - @echo off xcopy c:\testsource D:\testbackup /m/e/y What I want to be able to do is copy the documents and settings folder when I close windows XP down, it would be good to have this batch file loaded on start up so when the computer shuts down it starts automatically, I would also like it to copy new or changed files rather than overwrite everything all the time. I have seen on the internet programs that can do this for you but that all fine and well when you have money to buy them, but I don’t. Please can someone help me in my hour of need? Many Thanks Tor Fey
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