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I can't rename folder

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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 "vetkku53@hotmail.com"

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    i can't rename the existin folder please find me a solution rearding for this matter

  • speedy_rakiz Jan 02, 2009

    i can't rename the existing folder please find me a solution to fix this problem.thank you







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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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