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Is your computer using a Windows OS?
Alright, before I start the explanation, there is no way to verify that the files were copied from here-to-there. The OS doesn't really keep logs like that natively. That being said, there is a way of checking the last accessed date of files and folders.
Get to the drive in-question, and right-click on whitespace within the folder
Right-Click on the 'Name' column name, and then click on 'More'
Check 'Date Accessed' and then click OK
You may now scroll left or right to see the Date Accessed for folders and files
Other than that, there are programs by sysinternals that can log copy and paste events, but they must be installed prior to the action in order to work
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