Maybe some simple Powershell snippet?
copy-item -path E:\myfolders -destination C:\newfolder -container -force -recurse -erroraction continue -warningaction continue -confirm:$false
In order to run, open Powershell console (available in every Windows since XP), change -path and -directory parameters to your start and destination folder, copy the command to PS window and press enter. If you can't copy, enable quick edit mode in console properties - this maps paste option under right-mouse button in Win7.
Might require closing paths in quotation marks '' if there are special signs in names, like whitespace.
This run in Powershell should copy all files and subirectories to specified directory. Will continue copying despite some error with specified file. For every broken file that command can't copy, you will receive a lot of red output in console. If you don't want to see these, change erroraction to silentlycontinue.