Date modified not updating
Do you have any questions about File Date Corrector or on how to restore the original file date?Please let us know and contact us via email at [email protected] Why when I create a new folder on external drive attached to Netgear R6400 routerit shows 1/2/2003 as date modified and date created.
I have noticed that the modified date of the folders is set to the current date ( when the copying took place), however the media files inside (usually one per folder) retain their original modified date (the actual date when they were transferred). If this could be done I would think this would be a never ending process for you on NTFS file systems.Just download it and run it in the INTENDED root directory (with the target subfolders) in the Power Shell Console.It runs by “.\date” command in the powershell console. Hello All, Have tried it with various folders having varied number of files inside. The forum did not allow me to attach the compiled script (date.ps1). Just download it , copy and run it in the INTENDED root directory (with the target subfolders) in the Power Shell Console.Because Windows changes the last modified folder dates each time it does something to anything inside of an NTFS folder.[/quote] Yes. Simply navigating to an NTFS folder, opening a file and closing without change, has the unfortunate side effect of updating the folder’s time stamp.Like many others, I would dearly love to be able to switch this behaviour off but I expect we are stuck with it until something better comes along to supersede NTFS. As far as having a continuous loop of refreshing the folder dates, because file modified date is updated every time a file is clicked, it seems kinda distant to me. Was able to work my way by using the Windows Power Shell (built in Windows 7) or you can download otherwise as well.