Corrupted DBLSPACE.EXE May Cause a "CVF Is Damaged" Error (103388)

The information in this article applies to:
    Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.0

This article was previously published under Q103388


If the DBLSPACE.EXE file is corrupted, the error message "A CVF Is Damaged" may appear during startup. This may also cause CHKDSK to hang during execution.


To correct this problem:

    Insert the disk containing DBLSPACE.EX_ into the floppy disk drive.
    From the DOS directory of the hard disk drive, type the following:

    expand <floppy drive>:\DBLSPACE.EX_ c:\DOS\DBLSPACE.EXE

    Reboot the computer using <Ctrl> <Alt> <Del>
DBLSPACE.EX_ resides on the following disks:
   Format     Disk Number

   1.44 MB    3
   1.2  MB    4
   720K       5
   360K       10

Modification Type: Major Last Reviewed: 11/22/1999
Keywords: KB103388