DBLSPACE /UNCOMPRESS Points to Zero-Byte DBLSPACE.LOG File (104994)
The information in this article applies to:
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.2
• Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.22
This article was previously published under Q104994
This information applies to both Microsoft DoubleSpace and Microsoft
DriveSpace. For MS-DOS 6.22, use DRVSPACE in place of DBLSPACE for commands
When you have duplicate files or directories on your compressed drive
and host drive, you receive a message instructing you to read a
DBLSPACE.LOG file when you attempt to uncompress a drive. The
DBLSPACE.LOG file may be a zero-byte file.
If the host drive has zero bytes free, the DBLSPACE.LOG file is
created as a zero-byte file when DoubleSpace tries to write the
NOTE: If the host drive is write protected, the DBLSPACE.LOG file
cannot be created.
To work around this problem:
• Run DoubleSpace, decrease the size of the DoubleSpace-compressed
drive, and then run DBLSPACE /UNCOMPRESS.
• Free up some space on the host drive by moving files to another
drive and then running DBLSPACE /UNCOMPRESS.
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