Windows Xp Copy Error Path Too Deep
Sign in to report inappropriate content. I've also been a support tech since 1995..so I'm not all that noobish here. 04-14-2010, 11:40 PM #7 CAA Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2010 Posts: 4 OS: it's OK when using a RAM disk as container, on the hard drive when the path is too long, however, you'll have to resort to the usual tricks (shortening the path However I'm guessing non of this is gonna be applicable in your case. this content
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). It seems to be happenin on large files only as there is no problem with smaller files. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Maximum Result with Digits Electric car lease or buy? http://www.tech-faq.com/cannot-copy-the-path-is-too-deep.html
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amazing esp after trying 2-3 days of research and unsuccessful "fixes" Noone said: ↑ how long is the path you are trying to copy TO? try copying the files to the root folder on your hard drive and see if it's a communications issue, if they copy to that location then it really is a path Rakesh Singhal 9,592 views 3:24 How to fix solve Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file error - Duration: 4:04.
- herenow, Feb 14, 2010 #6 DavidGP MajorGeeks Forum Administrator - Grand Pooh-Bah Staff Member Hi Glad that worked and you managed to transfer the files, only reason I posted it and
- According to this article the Windows API is limited to 260 characters for a path.
- herenow Private E-2 Trying to copy files from my hard drive to a usb 4 gig flash drive.
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So if you are copying from "x:\really long path\in this file\that fits\ok\as\it\is in the api\big filename here that you wouldn't really want to change[...].blah" to someplace like your desktop which is Longpathtool Why? Working...
VampireKingcoming 514,695 views 4:04 Get rid of "Error 1320. No special system requirements. File names and paths are short and don't seem to be source of the problem. Consider changing the file system over to NTFS perhaps?
to do so, from a command prompt type: subst.exe x: "c:\path that you want to copy everything to\" then you should have an x: drive appear in My Computer. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/266656-45-error-copying-file-folder-path-deep Quote: Originally Posted by dlbrody ..and lol! Teracopy Long File Names need help asap How do I remove network path? (network file and folder settings) An Unexpected error has occured copying a file from flash drive to hard drive Strange Folder and Filename Too Long To Copy Thanks heaps PS I have seen this PATH IS TO DEEP discussed from 2005 to 2010 - with MANY long involved, INEFFECTIVE, solutions.
The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. news DavidGP, Feb 17, 2010 #9 Drizzles First Sergeant Halo said: ↑ Hi Glad that worked and you managed to transfer the files, only reason I posted it and some would look This utility can be found in the Resource Kit Package. Jack Cola March 12, 2010 at 12:14 pm Can you give the full folder address. Teracopy Free Download
they typically run an embedded linux, so on the device the fs is probably ext3 (maybe even ext2), and the network shares are probably supplied via Samba. –quack quixote Dec 13 If for example, you have a long file path of: c:\users\name\documents\job\date\long_neat_filename.docx and you have a backup path of x:\myname\backups\machine1\13-12-2009\users\name\documents\job\long_neat_filename.docx Or something similar, you get through the limit pretty fast. I receive the message: Can not copy
Now I am starting to get an error that it can't copy because "The Path is Too Deep". Aibek March 13, 2010 at 6:51 am Try making a copy of the file/folder you are planning to move (WITHIN the same folder) and then try moving/copying the copy. HEXHD 36,293 views 3:17 How to transfer files from a Dead PC [CC] - Duration: 11:35.
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solved 32GB flash drive encountering error of file too large for volume format when trying to copy a 8.74GB file onto it. Sign in Statistics 2,323 views 0 Like this video? to do so, from a command prompt type: subst.exe x: "c:\path that you want to copy everything to\" then you should have an x: drive appear in My Computer. How are you trying to back these files up, is it a drag and drop?
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I have a home network setup running windows xp It seems that the flash drive is FAT32 format. DavidGP, Feb 13, 2010 #2 Noone Private E-2 how long is the path you are trying to copy TO? Have to tried moving it up 2 or 3 directories then try and copy it to your flash drive? share|improve this answer answered Dec 13 '09 at 18:54 William Hilsum 101k12145234 yep, one of the 'drawbacks' when using Sandboxie: it creates its shadow directories in a folder \Sandbox\User\Defaultbox\
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