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    Default Need Software to "Print" C: Directory

    I will have to reinstall XP (thanks to "Spy Sheriff" spyware) and I need a utility that will save a visual representation of my C: drive file structure the same way that it shows up in Windows Explorer.

    There are lots of programs out there that will print a list of files without showing the hierarchy, but that doesn't help me.

    I can't find anything like this. Does it exist?

    ...Thanks

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    We use JDirPrinter.exe at work.

    you can find it here:
    http://www.spadixbd.com/freetools/jdirprint.htm

    (i don't know if this is where we got our copy from, I just searched for it and found this link.)

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    Thanks, but that's not what I'm looking for. That program prints a huge DOS style text list of ALL files, including system files, making quick reference difficult.

    I just want something that displays file folders in an orgainized fashion like they are in Windows Explorer so I can't refer to it at a glance when restoring my apps.

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    Maybe if you'd just do a simple search on yahoo, you could find something yourself. It takes all of 2 minutes.

    SEE http://search.yahoo.com/search?p=pri...ab-web-t&x=wrt












    http://www.help2go.com/postt3006.html

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    The directory structure you see is only a sorted list of files on your hard drive. It does not represent the real file setup on the hard drive.
    You would have to know the exact order in which all you sofware was installed updated and patched to duplicate that.
    If you are taling about saving the desktop well you could but I doubt if it would work on a new installation.
    If you want to know what software you have installed, it's version and under what directory it is installed then download Belarc from http://www.pcworld.com/downloads/fil...id,8078,00.asp
    It will produce a printable detailed list of everything in your computer and on your hard drive.
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