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# What is the command to copy folders in dos?

I need the command to copy folders in dos.

 +1 vote! +13 you voted Answer by  alrightythen (74) You just type "copy *. * c:\directory1 c:\directory2", which would copy the contents of directory 1 to directory 2. For more information, just type "help copy" at the command prompt.

 +1 vote! +6 you voted Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883) The copy command in DOS is "copy". Do not include the quotation marks when entering that command into the DOS window.

 +1 vote! +5 you voted Answer by  anbu (5968) We need to use MS-DOS xcopy command. Move to the directory you wish to copy the directories using cd command. once in the directory use xcopy command to copy another directories.

 +1 vote! +5 you voted Answer by  mahaboob (17) To copy a directory in MS-DOS you will need to use the MS-DOS xcopy command. use the xcopy command to copy directories subdirectories and contents. example: xcopy c:\temp3 /e Once the above steps have been completed everything should be copied into the temp2 folder.