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PostPosted: 10.01.2017, 15:47 
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i am using FC donor x64 together with teracopy3rc for file/folder copy/move actions and everything works as expected but one thing always makes teracopy dropping an error message. whenever i try to move a folder the operation completes (successfully) but afterwards teracopy is always claiming:

Code:
Teracopy - Error
Unable to access:
<drive and path to the orginal location of the moved folder>


the detailed teracopy log tells this:
Code:
error opening source file: the system cannot find the specified file. code: 2


at first i thought about teracopy3rc is causing the error message because it is still a release candidate no stable version but then i tried all the file/operations with teracopy using windows explorer and everything goes well and smooth. i have teracopy integrated in FC like this (hoping this is the correct way):

in settings menue i choose external program for copy and move and put this in the line below:
Code:
C:\Program Files\TeraCopy\TeraCopy.exe copy *%ActivSelAsFile% %InactivDir%
C:\Program Files\TeraCopy\TeraCopy.exe move *%ActivSelAsFile% %InactivDir%


i use the installed x64 version of teracopy not the portable one.


anybody any clue about this or maybe the same observation when moving folders with teracopy?


thanks

peter


edit: fc version updated


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