Desktop: The system cannot find the specified path

I’m trying to run a simple cd Foldername in command prompt for a folder on my desktop and it says The system cannot find the specified path. I’m losing my mind. The same command works on my laptop, but not on the PC. I’ve troubleshooted everything I can think of. Environment variable paths are all …

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Command prompt won’t change directory to another drive

As @nasreddine answered or you can use /d For more help on the cd command use: Displays the name of or changes the current directory. CHDIR [/D] [drive:][path] CHDIR [..] CD [/D] [drive:][path] CD [..] .. Specifies that you want to change to the parent directory. Type CD drive: to display the current directory in the specified drive. Type CD …

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Adb backup does not work

I need help from you guys, because I don’t know what I did wrong with adb backup. I want to backup my Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE (GT-I9305) without root. I googled it and found Full Android Backup with SDK Manager. I installed all i need for this like Java Development Kit 8 version 66 (JDK …

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Windows CMD command for accessing usb?

You can access the USB drive by its drive letter. To know the drive letter you can run this command: From here you will get the drive letter (Device ID) of your USB drive. For example if its F: then run the following command in command prompt to see its contents:

How to split large text file in windows?

If you have installed Git for Windows, you should have Git Bash installed, since that comes with Git. Use the split command in Git Bash to split a file: into files of size 500MB each: split myLargeFile.txt -b 500m into files with 10000 lines each: split myLargeFile.txt -l 10000 Tips: If you don’t have Git/Git Bash, download at If you …

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