1. Actually I do need the /NP switch. Without it the copy operation is slowed significantly. It's in my first response to your message because I reported all of my Robocopy options, not just the ones that fixed the logging report problem.
2. I also need the /FP switch...
No, I had it right. I had problems with formatting that table as I mentioned in my post. I'll reformat that table column by column so you can see what's going on:
Total Dirs: 35024
Total Files: 359641
Copied Dirs: 1
Copied Files: 161
Skipped Dirs: 35017
Skipped Files: 359310...
I'm using Robocopy with Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. The logfile it produces shows all the skipped files, even though I'm not using the /V switch (verbose). Here's the start of the latest log, starting with the options line. Sorry about the formatting; I can't figure out how to retain...
Great idea! It worked; now maybe I can use it and some of the other sysinternals to figure out why it won't run from my machine. Thanks also for the link to that sysinternals "live" page. I didn't even know it existed, which I probably could have found out by looking around more carefully on...
The upgrade to Pro is certainly tempting, but I wouldn't upgrade solely so I could run XP Mode/Virtual PC. In any case, I can't afford it at the moment - this is property tax month. The lowest price I found for the Microsoft Windows 7 Anytime Upgrade (Home Premium to Professional)...
Yes, that's where I got it. Just to make sure, I downloaded and ran it again, and got the same result:
"Rammap requires Windows Vista or higher"
And when I run it in compaitibility mode for Windows Vista with/without the service packs, I get the message
"Error refreshing database"...
I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium. I'm trying to use the Sysinternals program Rammap to try to debug possible problems with the RAM on one of my PCs. However when I try to run Rammap version 1.0, I get the message
"This program requires Windows Vista or higher"
I just got a BSOD in Windows 7 Home Premium (6.1 build 7100). Unfortunately there was an automatic restart before I could digest most of the information by eye, but it included something like:
On restart, I got a prompt asking me if I...
Thanks for the welcome and fast response!
I thought a clean install was what I did the first time around, but now that you mention it, I'm not sure. Per instructions I backed up everything on the XP platform and then selected "Custom Install" for the upgrade. The instructions...
I've upgraded from XP Pro SP3 to Win7 Home Premium. I'm just getting started with this upgrade and am new to this forum, so I apologize in advance for any posting gaffes.
The immediate problems so far:
1. Sound - I have a Creative X-Fi Extreme Audio card, which worked OK the...