|Submitted on: 12/5/2003 10:15:24 PM |
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| This is a small utility for making the creation of virtual drives fast and easy. Includes a wizard, drive information, and more. Simple code based off the old DOS command. Requires the Microsoft Scripting Runtime.|
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|12/5/2003 10:31:53 PM:CodeClub|
i think there is an API way;)
|12/5/2003 10:41:00 PM:Je§†er|
I'm sure there is. I'll have to keep
playing with it. I'll see if I can fix
up the code a little more in version 3
|12/5/2003 11:05:31 PM:korejwa|
Why is this a
|12/5/2003 11:36:16 PM:korejwa|
You've created such a beautiful
interface for this! It's disapointing
to see that it all comes down to a
"shell" call to a DOS executable. A
few hours of reasearch at microsoft.com
will likely reveal how to do this in VB.
|12/6/2003 3:02:55 AM:Je§†er|
Thank you for the compliment korejwa.
It most definately is sad that it can
be done using DOS. I've seen several
software titles out there that do
pretty much the same thing as VDC 2.0
and they charge like $200.00+!! It's
rediculous. Oh well, thanks for the
posts guys! Keep em comin!
|12/6/2003 10:44:39 PM:Jatopian|
Heh, good. Btw, anything that works
with VB3+ will work with any version up
to and including VB6.
|12/7/2003 12:11:01 PM:Dondata|
Stunning GUI :o)
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