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Open up device manager and do scan for hardware changes?
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comment xcopy files into single directory
This didn't work for me, I got something to the effect of f" was unexpected at this time. Changing %f to %%f worked. However, I was running this in a batch file: If you are using the FOR command at the command line rather than in a batch program, use just one percent sign: %G instead of %%G. ss64.com/nt/for.html