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Open a command window at the source folder
try a DOS command like this,
long line may wrap
replace the [usb*] with the spec for your system,, filespec can be anything, *.jpg *.raw that your camera requires
for %f in (*.*) do if not exist [usbdrive]:\[usbfolder]\%f copy %f [usbdrive]:\[usbfolder]
or you can make a batch file to do the same thing as this is likely to be a repeated task
echo Copying New Files
for %%f in (*.*) do if not exist [usbdrive]:\[usbfolder]\%%f copy %%f [usbdrive]:\[usbfolder]
echo New files Copied
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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Place all data files you want to password protect inside your new folder
Right click on your new folder select properties select the sharing tab
Scroll to network and sharing at the bottom
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A message might appear if you have a password do you want to create a password
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