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Re: Large harddrives.

Posted By: Mathias Winkler <>
Date: Saturday, 27 February 1999, at 8:57 p.m.

In Response To: Large harddrives. (Pocho)

> I enjoed xtree when I could use it.I liked it because it eliminated
> the typing of the directory. Most of the stuff that I have to copy
> and delete are in subdirectories 10 times down. I am working in
> a dos environmet and it becomes time consuming jumping in and out
> of windows.

Hm, forgive me if I misunderstand you, but you should be able to run
XTreeGold in a DOS-box under Windows, so do not necessarily have to
"jump in and out" !?

> The other problem is that I have a large disk 4.1 gig
> and xtree will only read so much of the disk. If what I want is
> in the part that shoes up I am fine but most of the time I cannot
> access the directories. Is their a way to get xtree to view large
> disks or is their something out their that can do that.

Well, XTreeGold will not be able to *entirely* log to a *full* 4.1 GB disk
(due to its memory limitations), the only thing you can do is to confine
yourself to partial only logging, please refer to the XTree Fan Page
"Tips&Tricks" -section, topic ii. "Memory usage" at:

The even better thing you could do is to get "ZTreeWin" going, a close and
highly recommended XTreeGold Shareware clone for Win9x/NT; ZTreeWin doesn't
suffer from XTreeGold's memory limitations, so it will be able to log to a
virtually unlimited number of files and disks ! Follow the link below to
the ZTreeWin homepage to download a free 30-day trial !

Hope that helps

>ZTreeWin homepage - XTreeGold clone for Win9x/NT

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