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Old 16 September 2008, 11:17   #1
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What sort of Filemaster to use with large drives?

hi there,

i have recently set up an sd-card as a hard drive with an 1 gig and an 14gig+ partition under os3.9, using sfs. filemaster 3.0 works fine on the small drive but shows negative size on the big one and always complains it to be full. so i am looking for a similar program to cope with the large partition as well...

any recommendations??
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Old 16 September 2008, 12:04   #2
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dopus 5
or dopus 4.16 on aminet
also diskmaster 2 on aminet
or classaction on aminet
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thanks, will try out tonight!!
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Hmm... I have Filemaster 2 and the older Filemaster. For some reason they crash my Amiga 1200 instantly, so I have to use Directory Opus 4.
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