Here is my original command although I've tried several different switch combinations:
xcopy "D:\My Documents\crystal_quest.zip" "J:\New Folder\crystal_quest.zip" /E /C /I /Y
So when I run that it does this:
Does J:\New Folder\crystal_quest.zip specify a file name
or directory name on the target
(F = file, D = directory)?
J:\New Folder already exists. If crystal_quest.zip already exists it will overwrite w/out a prompt but if it doesn't exist, as in the example above, I get that prompt. It makes no sense to me why it wouldn't assume it's a file if it has a FILE extension.
I don't really understand your example. Why delete?