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where to find Ontrack D/M

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I have a DDO Integrity error during MS DOS 6.22 boot up. I originally tried to partition the hard drive to use two different applications, but didn't have enough room. I then unpartitioned the drive and formatted it, re-installed DOS 6.22 and got my error. Where can I get a copy of D/M to fix this and do I reall need it? I partitioned the drive with fdisk.
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That was a quick answer! I'm off to the road to recovery.
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