First of all the program may terminate if it encounters a directory
where it has no rights to view/list, etc. Also in order to sort things
or create a tree - a big in memory structure is needed and if you have
many files, then perhaps it may encounter a problem with mem
Do you use any columns besides very basics of name, type, date, size?
Can you first run it with maybe just one column - name and thus you
can understand whether a single column makes it crash. Then please a
column by column.
As far as I remember Art Directory Print doesn't terminate if it
encounters an error, but writes into a listing about it. It is Art
HTML Listing that terminates in that case (these 2 programs share the
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'I have owned Art Directory Print for many years, but not been able to
use it. I need to list large file trees, or even complete partitions,
but it always aborted (at about 10000 files ??). Now I have a disk
crash and need a working list for Win7, and with more columns than DIR
produces in XP. ...