Said Nuseibeh wrote: > I too have used DiskTracker for years and love it. Problem is that there > is a code dependency with an old Apple method for enumerating > directories, and this dependency limits its functionality to disks > containing less than 32k items. This never was a problem for me until I > hit 750GB drives. Fortunately, Portents is upgrading the code and making > the app Universal, so I expent a fix in another two months or so. > Meanwhile, DiskTracker works great on optical disks and the smaller > drives. > > Best Wishes, > -Said > > >> I've use DiskTracker (.com) for years. It works very well and has a >> batch disk scan and mounted disc scan commands. > _______________________________________________ > X4U mailing list > X4U at listserver.themacintoshguy.com > http://listserver.themacintoshguy.com/mailman/listinfo/x4u > > Listmom is trying to clean out his closets! Vintage Mac and random stuff: > http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZmacguy1984 > > Some have used DiskTracker and some have used CDFinder. I have used both. I started with DiskTracker years ago and finally gave up on it. Too many problems with corruption in the database. Sprung for CDFinder, and the difference in dependability, support (steady improvement), and featutes is staggering. Get CDFinder. You will not be sorry.