Windows Explorer or "My Computer"? If so you could make use of them to drag and drop the files from one drive to another.
You could also make good use of the Command Prompt (Click Start then Run, type in CMD and click OK) as long as you know the drive letters of both drives (which can be found with Windows Explorer). The command to use in that command prompt window would be -
XCOPY E:\*.* F:\ /S /E /H /K /O Where E: is the drive letter of the drive containing the files to be copied and F: is the drive you want the files copied to. On your system the drive letters will probably be different.
I have accumulated thousands of music cd's and dvd's that I copied to an external hard drive. I wish to back up or move these files to another external drive for safety. How do I move them between two external hard drives? Windows XP edition, using two Western Digital 160GB external drives.