I tried the Windows 10 copy command from a command prompt as follows:
copy "c:\folderA" "d:\folderB"
Which resulted in folderB being a file, instead of a new folder with the contents of folderA. Is there any way for me to extract the contents of the folderB file back into a folder? If I open the folderB file in a text editor, the first thing in the file is "SQLite format 3".
If there is a solution posted, please point me in the direction of it. I searched for a solution without any luck.