Copying your hard drive to another with Windows 3.1 is very
I will list the syntax and needed switches just for reference.
xcopy [source] [destination] /S /E
xcopy Program used to copy.
/S Copies all files and subdirectory in current
/E Copies subdirectories, even if they are
If you use the /E you must use the /S
Example xcopy c:\ d:\ /s /e
I am assuming that your drive letters are the same as I am
using. If not, just substitute your letters for the source and
It is hard to see the spaces in the command so here is where
1. Boot your computer to a DOS prompt.
2. Type in xcopy c:\ d:\ /s /e and hit enter.
3. That is it. Be sure to test your new drive before you wipe
out the data on it.