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    Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    I want experts to show me the steps to move system hidden folders using windows 7 professional.



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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    My friend,
    What do you want to ask?If i suppose you want to move system hidden folders and files then you can't do this because windows forbids this.
    If you move these your windows might stop work properly and even crash.
    To see the hidden files and folders
    in windows explorer
    tools->folder option->under view tab->check show hidden filles and folders.
    I would suggest you not to move these folders.

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?



    dear friend,

    sorry to say that you can't move hidden folders in windows 7.

    windows 7 doesn't allow this action.

    you have to make visible these folders to move.

    otherwise you'll not find hidden folders.

    to make visible any hidden folder follow these steps-



    go to the organize option in a particular widow.

    select folder & search option.

    now go to view tab & click on the show button under hidden files & folders option.


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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    To change the location of the System folder, follow the steps given below.



    1. Right click on Computer and click on Properties. In the resulting window with the basic information about your computer

    2. Click on Advanced system settings on the left panel resulting in a dialog box click on the Advanced tab a

    3. Click on the button near the bottom labeled Environment Variables.

    4. You may see both TMP and TEMP listed in the section labeled User variables for (account). That's the common location; each different login account is assigned its own temporary location.

    5. In the Variable value Edit box you may specify the path to the directory that Windows and many other programs will use for temporary files.



    Be sure and repeat that process for both TMP and TEMP.

    You'll need to restart any running programs for the new value to take effect. In fact, you'll need to restart Windows for it to begin using the new value for its own temporary files.

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Hello,

    1.Open the "Folder Options" menu. To do this, first click on the "Start" button. In the menu that appears, click on "Control Panel." From the "Control Panel," click on "Folder Options."

    2.When the Folder Options menu opens, click on the tab that reads "View."

    3.Enable the setting to show hidden files on your computer. Scroll down until you see an option called "Hidden Files and Folders." There are 2 radio buttons listed underneath this entry; click on the one that reads "Show hidden files, folders, and drives."

    4.Set Windows to show operating system files.

    5.Click the "OK" button to apply the changes you've made.

    6.Find the folder you are interested in on your hard drive. Even if it is marked as hidden, it will now be visible. You can navigate to the folder's location in Explorer, or you can search for the folder if you're not sure where it is.

    7.Open the "Properties" menu for the folder.

    8.Remove the "hidden" attribute from the folder.

    Thanks!!

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Follow these steps:

    1.Click on the ORGANIZE> FOLDER AND SEARCH OPTIONS from the menu.

    2.Click on the view tab in that default it is set to DO NOT SHOW HIDDEN FILES AND FOLDERS change it to SHOW HIDDEN FILES AND FOLDERS.

    3.Click APPLY and then OK.

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Hi there,

    You can not move any SYSTEM FILE in Windows Operating Systems. System files are directly required by OS itself..!!

    You can only see them. They can be seen by selecting SHOW HIDDEN FILES ANS FOLDERS in the VIEW tab of FOLDER AND SEARCH OPTIONS

    i.e. ORGANIZE>FOLDER AND SEARCH OPTIONS>VIEW tab>SHOW HIDDEN FILES ANS FOLDERS



    Thank You..!!

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    STEP 1: Click on the "Start" Button > Control Panel > Folder Options.

    STEP 2: Click on the "View" Tab.

    STEP 3: Select the Radio Button "Show Hidden Files and Folders".

    STEP 4: Set to show Windows Operating Files.

    STEP 5: Click on the "OK" Button.

    STEP 6: If the Folder is Un visible yet, Right - Click on it and Select "Properties".

    STEP 7: UnCheck "Hidden".

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Yes, it can be possible....But remind that the main folder that is (parent folder) will remain unhide.
    Then copy the parent folder in which all the hidden folders remain in that
    and paste to other location....that's it
    Now whenever you remove the hidden tag upon files and folders then you can able to see all files be located at other location too......

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    hi my dear friend......to move or show the hidden folders or files...


    first click on the start menu and open the control panel

    then go to the option appearance and personalization

    then click on the folder option

    then there is a window will be opened called as folder options

    In that window choose the View tab

    and scroll down and select the show hidden files folder and drives

    then click on the ok button ......to show your hidden files

    after....when the files appears ........then right click on the folder or files and choose properties

    then unselect the Hidden and click ok .................and after again go to the folder option

    and set the default option..................ALL THE BEST

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?


    Dear .......

    Here i can see your problem that you want to know that how to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional ..So i will tell you that how to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional ..So you just see my steps and then try it yourself.....
    Let's have a look....

    First of all go your computer home screen on a desktop and then just click on the start menu and then click on the control panel , then click on the folder option ..After that click on the "View" tab and then Select the Radio Button "Show Hidden Files and Folders"..Now at the end Set to show Windows Operating Files Now just click on OK button......If the folder is invisible yet ,So just right click on it and select "properties" and then uncheck "Hidden" ...Now you are successfully completed your problem...


    ALL Done....
    Hope you like that information....
    Thank You.....

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    my dear friend

    just fellow this steps and solve your problem

    press srart

    open control panel

    open folder option

    and select a view tab

    now select a show hidden files and folders

    when hidden files are show

    open selected files properties

    and uncheck hidden option.

    we are happy to help you.

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Dear Guest,
    you can access to the system hidden folders
    * first in any of the folder press the keys "alt + t + o "
    * now in the folder options open the view tab and select the option show hidden files and folders
    *now when the hidden files will come then right click on them and unselect the option hide and click apply and ok
    * now you can move them any ware
    THANK YOU

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Hello Friend

    You want ti know the steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional .

    To know just follow the below steps :

    Open Control Panel

    Select Folder option From controlPanel Items ..Folder Option Dialog will be open .

    Select View tab.

    Now You have to select the checked show hidden file ,folder option in to it .


    And then click on Apply and Click on Ok .

    I hope this info will very helpful to you

    All the Best



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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Hello friend,

    Its not a big problem,please go to the your windows 7 system desktop,

    After this open the my computer,

    Then go to the option upper side''organize''

    Now open the organize>folder and search option>view>show the hidden all folder in drives>apply,

    I hope this information usefull to you,

    Thanxxx,


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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say...................

    1.Firstly go to the Start menu.

    2.Then you open the Control Panel.

    3.And then open the 'Appearance and Personalization'.

    4.And then click on the option 'Folder Options'.

    5.Go to the 'View' tab and then click 'Show Hidden Files,Folders and Drives'.

    6.Then you apply them and move the hidden files to the place where you want.

    Have a nice day........................

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    Hello dear friend -----------

    It is a very simple procedure to move the Hidden folders in windows 7 professional and kindly follow the below steps:

    1.First and fore most thing is Click on "Start " button and then Go to "Control panel "

    2.Then select on the "folder options " and from there you can tap on the "View " tab

    3.Now you can easily fix this issue by clicking on the "Do't shoe hidden folders "

    4.Then Finally click on "OK " to make Save changes


    I hope this problem will be solved by using the above procedure



    GOOD LUCK

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    1.Open the "Folder Options" menu. To do this, first click on the "Start" button. In the menu that appears, click on "Control Panel." From the "Control Panel," click on "Folder Options."

    2.When the Folder Options menu opens, click on the tab that reads "View."

    3.Enable the setting to show hidden files on your computer. Scroll down until you see an option called "Hidden Files and Folders." There are 2 radio buttons listed underneath this entry; click on the one that reads "Show hidden files, folders, and drives."

    4.Set Windows to show operating system files.

    5.Click the "OK" button to apply the changes you've made.

    6.Find the folder you are interested in on your hard drive. Even if it is marked as hidden, it will now be visible. You can navigate to the folder's location in Explorer, or you can search for the folder if you're not sure where it is.

    7.Open the "Properties" menu for the folder.

    8.Remove the "hidden" attribute from the folder.

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    Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    [FONT=Times New Roman][/FONT]HELLO,


    To UN- Hide & Move the file follow the below Instructions carefully:-


    1--Open Windows Explorer Click on Organize tab.

    2--Click on "Folder and Search Options", Select it.

    3--Click on "Folder Options" Dialog box with three tabs asGeneral, View and Search.
    4-- Click on View and in the Advanced Settings you can see,
    1. Don't Show hiddenFiles, Folders, Drivers.
    2. Show hidden Files, Folders, Drivers
    5--Click on show to unhide..

    6--.Click on APPLY

    7--Now go to the destination folder where file is hidden.

    8--Move the file acc.to your needs
    ALL THE BEST
    [FONT=Times New Roman][/FONT]

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    Smile Re: Steps to move system hidden folders in windows 7 professional?

    you can solved your problem in this method given below>>>>>>>

    1.>start your pc.
    2.>open my computer.
    3.click on organize option.
    4.>select folder and search option.
    5.>click the radio button show hidden folder option.
    6.>now open the hidden folder from the destination path.
    7.>right click on the folder.
    8.>select the property option.
    9.>check the un hidden option.
    10.>then click on apply option.
    11.>then press ok on it.
    12.>close all the wizard.


    >>>>>>hence your hidden folder were been moved from windows-7 professional<<<<<<<

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