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Old 28 August 2012, 20:19   #1
03stevensmi
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Floppy disk HD 2 Disks Installing (SPLITTING APPS 4 DISKS)

Hey Evryone,

Is there Any Tool that Splits
HD Installed Apps 2 Multiple Disks (IN PARTS)?

I Want to Run my Programs From The Disks.
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Old 29 August 2012, 17:33   #2
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not that i heard of such a tool, but it would depend on the application.
if it comes to definitions, using ASSIGN command, it will be tricky ( assign application-title: df0: ).
when you switch disk, the valid assing is already taken. a component of the app, cannot be found. so the app will just stop working, right before you have a chance to switch disks.
if there is an app, with main program and some misc stuff, you can label the disks to eg. Scenes: Models: and so on; using the names for the disks, the app will use on HDD calling the ASSIGN-command.
give an example of your favorite app you want split, so it is easier to speculate.
on the other side, there is such a tool and i simply have no clue at all
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