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Deltree Command

Posted on 1998-11-25
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I need to find a copy of the deltree command or a similar command to delete the windows directory of a computer I am working on.  For some reason it does not have it.  I do need to save all other information on the drive as well too.  Any help would be greatly appreciated
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Are you using Windows NT? Either way the same functionality is achieved by using
del /s <directory> rather than deltree <directory>


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