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Re: xtree 2.5 & Large drives

Posted By: Mathias Winkler <>
Date: Wednesday, 24 February 1999, at 7:38 a.m.

In Response To: Re: xtree 2.5 & Large drives (Dan LeGate)

> Depends. Did you actually install Xtree into the ROOT directory?
> In other words, the files are in the same directory as AUTOEXEC.BAT,
> CONFIG.SYS, etc.? (typing "C:\XTGOLD.COM" would run xtree
> in this case).

> If so, you need to be careful about how many files you have
> in the root directory. (I know there was a limitation with FAT,
> but I'm not sure about FAT32) You could only have so many files
> in the root directory and then it ran out of available entries.

> If that is the case, I'd recommend installing into a subdirectory
> like C:\XTGOLD\XTGOLD.COM (Mathias - did XTGOLD.COM exist in 2.5
> days?)

It did ! Since the XTreeProGold 1.3 version from 1989, in fact.

Whether you have moved your XTreeGold files from the root to a
directory like C:\XTGOLD as Dan suggested, or they are there already,
you should also run the configuration program "XTG_CFG.EXE" and check
the proper setting of the "Program path" entry ! (Not necessary with
XTreeGold 3.0x, but with any prior versions). If you still have
problems running you XTreeGold, please describe what exactly is
happening !


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