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BlueRidgeGuy

Posted 1:02 am, 02/21/2015

OpenCasket

Posted 12:55 am, 02/21/2015

thanks

BlueRidgeGuy

Posted 12:51 am, 02/21/2015

OpenCasket

Posted 12:51 am, 02/21/2015

folder*

OpenCasket

Posted 12:50 am, 02/21/2015

Yes, I want the folders to have the same name as the file

BlueRidgeGuy

Posted 12:49 am, 02/21/2015

So.

You want 2,000 folders for 2,000 individual files. One file per folder.

Do you want the folders to be the same name as the file?

BlueRidgeGuy

Posted 12:44 am, 02/21/2015

Turn off indexing.

OpenCasket

Posted 12:43 am, 02/21/2015

Yea, around 2 tb, thanks anyway

imnewhere

Posted 12:32 am, 02/21/2015

You are talking about almost 2 Tb of data?! I would think there is a way, but I couldn't tell you where to start. Good luck.

OpenCasket

Posted 12:15 am, 02/21/2015

Actually it's not porn. The files I have are mostly over 1 gb and because they're in all bunched into one folder it's a strain for my laptop and other devices to read the folder. By putting each individual file into its own folder I think this will make my library easier to read by devices.

imnewhere

Posted 12:11 am, 02/21/2015

That's a lot of porn!

OpenCasket

Posted 12:05 am, 02/21/2015

If I have around 2,000 files in a single folder and I want to put each of those files in individual folders without having to manually create a new folder and title for each file can it be done?


I want the new folders to remain in the original folder but I want all of the file folders to have the same name as the file itself.

Hope this makes sense..... Any suggestions?

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