DoubleSpace Conversion Dialog Box Points to Non-Existent CVF (121292)

The information in this article applies to:
    Microsoft MS-DOS operating system 6.22

This article was previously published under Q121292


In MS-DOS 6.22, the DoubleSpace conversion user interface mentions a DriveSpace compressed volume file (CVF) named "C:DRVSPACE.000." This file may not actually exist on your system.


The C:\DRVSPACE.000 file listed in the Convert DoubleSpace dialog box of the DoubleSpace conversion user interface is intended to be an example of the CVF filename structure, not an actual CVF on your system. Above this dialog box, you may see the message "No DoubleSpace volumes were found."

Help does not indicate that C:\DRVSPACE.000 is an example. This issue is encountered when there are no drives to convert on the system with DoubleSpace volume names.

Modification Type: Major Last Reviewed: 11/21/1999
Keywords: KB121292