Windows 10: copy c:\....\onedrive using cmd line?

Discus and support copy c:\....\onedrive using cmd line? in Windows 10 Network and Sharing to solve the problem; my laptop will not start Windows. (I get a message "not enough memory resources are available to process this command.") I am trying to copy all files... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Network and Sharing' started by DeeKras, Dec 10, 2018.

  1. DeeKras Win User

    copy c:\....\onedrive using cmd line?


    my laptop will not start Windows. (I get a message "not enough memory resources are available to process this command.")
    I am trying to copy all files from the hard drive to an external hard drive (so I can clear the computer and start all over again).
    I can get to the cmd line to copy.

    however, when i try to xcopy the content in c:\....\onedrive (I can see - through dir - that there are files there)
    i get msg "File creation error - The file cannot be accessed by the system."

    how can i access those files on the c:?

    thank you

    :)
     
    DeeKras, Dec 10, 2018
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  2. Windows 10 - OneDrive

    Right click on the app and one of the properties has an option to not automatically start it. Uncheck, restart the computer, and it should stop. If you want to go another step further, find the OneDrive app in the start menu, right click on it and uninstall.

    If that is still insufficient, there is a batch uninstaller for OneDrive available online. I can copy the code here if you need it.
     
    FordGT90Concept, Dec 10, 2018
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  3. Script file not found C:\WPVIQJ~2\QKVYQZ~1.TXT

    It's probably the residue of some infection that your virus scanner eliminated. You can get rid of the error message like so:

    1. Mark the first code line below, then press Ctrl+C to copy it.
    2. Press the Windows key + R
    3. Press Ctrl+V to copy the code line, then press Enter
    4. Repeat Steps 1 . . 3 with the second code line

    cmd /c md C:\WPVIQJ~2 & pause

    cmd /c cd 2> C:\WPVIQJ~2\QKVYQZ~1.TXT & pause
     
    Frederik Long, Dec 10, 2018
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  4. ElissaBB Win User

    copy c:\....\onedrive using cmd line?

    C Drive doubled after copying music files to OneDrive!

    This is puzzling and frustrating. I moved my 30,000 (approx. 270G) of music files from OneDrive to Music folder recently. Then I decided to keep a copy on OneDrive, so copied them over there. All of a sudden my C Drive shows 607G full, which is about double
    what it was before. I can't see any temp files or anything extra that would explain the additional size. My Carbonite app is also showing almost double the number of files backed up. And to make it all even more confusing, my OneDrive only shows 3.42G full
    while listing all my music files, which makes no sense. HELP!

    I am 70 years old, not as sharp as I used to be although I've used PCs since 1983. I can't understand all the instructions and lingo on support sites anymore. Please help me with simple step-by-step directions if you have a clue what might be going on. Thanks
    in advance for kind and helpful replies copy c:\....\onedrive using cmd line? :)
     
    ElissaBB, Dec 10, 2018
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