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I create a new folder and then try to rename and can not rename folder in drive c and d too.it show error:"The file or folder does not exist" I download FD32 for fix it but not response.
please help me out. my email address "firstname.lastname@example.org"
FD32 is a FreeDOS download, which is not appropriate/relevant to Windows operating systems. If you are on Windows as indicated, you can rename a file by right-clicking on the file name in either a "My Computer" or a Windows "Explorer" window, click Rename, and then type in the name you wish it to be. Alternatively, you can click on the name and after a short pause, click a second time. This should basically "open up" the file name for editing within the file list you are looking at.
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Please verify if you have renamed/upgraded your account to Outlook.com. If yes, please be informed thatyou are only upgrading the user interface of Hotmail to the new user interface; hence all your emails should still stay in your Inbox. There could be many reasons why emails could be lost after renaming:
1. Due to inactivity in account:
• If your emails were over 365 days old, you may have lost them due to inactivity in the account even before you renamed the account. If you had Self-recovery of emails turned on in your account before renamed, you can try to recover some of the deleted messages yourself, please refer: Deleted email messages.
2. You got another option to save your Hotmail emails differently when renaming your account to @Outlook.com account:
• If you chose to rename your account to @Outlook.com, a prompt would have asked you - 'Where do you want to save your emails?' You will have the option to create a new folder for your old account or save the emails in the Inbox of your renamed account. If you chose to create a new folder, the default name of the folder will be the name of your old account and the folder will appear in the left pane under 'Folders'. And all your old emails will be stored in this folder.
3. Your account was hacked even before you renamed your account:
• A hacker had already deleted emails in their account before you renamed the account.
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It means to create a folder to download the file into:
Create A New Folder
Folders are the basic organizational building blocks of any computer system. Without folders it would be virtually impossible to keep track of all the files that are found on even the smallest system. New folders can be created just about anywhere, but three methods are shown below.
New Folder On Desktop - Right click anywhere on an open area of the desktop. Select New and then click Folder. A new folder with the default name New Folder will be created on the desktop. Either accept the default name New Folder (bad idea) by hitting the enter key or type a new name for the folder (good idea) and then hit enter on the keyboard. To rename the foler, right click on it and select rename. Then type the new name.
New Folder Using Windows Explorer in Task View
Once again, make sure you're in the location where the new folder is to be created. In this case I'm using the same location that was used in the previous example; the root of the C drive as shown in the Address bar. In the File and Folder Tasks section, click the Make a New Folder selection. The New Folder is created in the right hand pane as shown in the second screen capture. Note that the File and Folder Tasks section also expands to include new entries relative to what can be done with the folder just created.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_create_a_new_folder_on_a_hard_drive#ixzz18KZemwzX
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