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Re: stats

Posted By: Mathias Winkler <>
Date: Sep-7-2000 4:01 a.m.

In Response To: stats (Mike)

> I am currently running xtree ver.4.0 and have been for awhile. I love the
> program but am having one problem with it.

> I just installed a new H.D. and installed xtree on it, it works just fine
> with the exception of in the Dir. windows it will not show the available
> space left on the disk. All it has is ######### instead of digits. I have
> tried installing it from windows and DOS both, and come up with the same
> thing both ways. I ran into this once before when I had to re-install xtree
> but I did manage to get around it but I don't remember how I did it now.

Well, that is not really a bug, neither a matter of corrupted files,
XTreeGold simply cannot display any figures of "Available Bytes"
beyond 999.999.999 Bytes, in other words if you have more than 1 GB of free
space left on your new harddisk, you will always face this "###########"
pattern instead. Remember, in 1993 when the last XTreeGold for DOS version
has been issued, a ... GigaBytes Harddisk was far beyond imaginable.

In case you run any 32bit Windows version (95/98/NT, etc.) you may like to
give ZTreeWin a try, it is a very close XTree clone for Win32 systems,
and it doesn't suffer from many limitations a 7 year old DOS program
naturally must have under a current PC environment. See link below for the
ZTreeWin homepage. You can download a free 30-day trial right from there.

Hope this helps

Mathias

>ZTreeWin homepage, XTreeGold clone for Windows 9x/NT etc.

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