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Locating a file in HD from the root directory

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Hi!!

I need to locate a file that can be in anywhere in HD. I know the file name and have to know the full path where it is.

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 Mrxz
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Try this URL... vbnet has lost of useful file API routines :

http://www.mvps.org/vbnet/code/fileapi/recursive.htm
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FSO is fine, but does require SCRRUN.DLL. I prefer to keep dependencies to a minimum to make life simpler when redistributing apps.
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Thank you!!!
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