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hard disk inventory tool

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Hello,

I'm lloking for a (if possible free) tool to make an inventory of a hard disk, to see whiich files are on the disk, if possible which size and last date change. Do you know something that can do this?

thanx,
Jvuz
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maybe this ?
http://www.ddfilecatcher.com/
or try this command :   dir x:/s /b > c:\files.txt     - x: is your disk
if you want it in word format,  use : dir x:/s /b > c:\files.doc
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That (ddfilecatcher) did the trick. Thanx alot.

Jvuz
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