angelo_f at bigpond.com
Tue Jun 3 07:16:48 UTC 2003
I found a free chkdsk program on the free dos site
I had a free cluister in the file. This found and fixed it (or at least
let me oiverwrite it)
Angelo Fraietta wrote:
> I am having trouble sometimes if I get a corrupted file on a dos fs --
> I suspect lost chains or the likes. The files says it opens fine,
> however, it does not get written. I suspect that the file has become
> corrupt because if I go to a dos prompt and physically delete the
> file, it works.
> This is a rare occurrence, however, I have had it three times today.
> Does anyone know of a diagnostic that will run through the filesystem
> and fix these types of error. I just need to be able to overwrite the
> corrupt file.
> Any suggestions?
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