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Diskcomp

In computing, Diskcomp is a command used on MS-DOS and PC DOS, OS/2, and Microsoft Windows for comparing the complete contents of a diskette to another diskette.[1]

Limitation

Diskcomp does not work with hard drives, CDs, network drives, ZIP drives, or USB drives, etc. It also does not allow diskcomp from 3.5 inch drive to 5.25 inch drives, and vice versa. The source and target drive must be the same size.

References

  1. ^ http://www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation/windows/xp/all/proddocs/en-us/diskcomp.mspx

External links

  • Computer Hope: Microsoft DOS diskcomp command
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