I use this simple command line prompt to create an ascii tree list of the directory in which I store my music files.
Start > Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt
You’ll then need to navigate to where where your music folder is. This
is old school DOS.
Your command line might read something like this:
C:Documents and SettingsAdministrator>
If your music files are on a separate drive, just type the drive letter
followed by a colon.
C:Documents and SettingsAdministrator>E:
If your music files are in a folder named ‘mp3’, you’ll need to change to that directory by using the CD (change directory) command:
Type the following to print your list:
E:mp3>tree /f /a > mymp3tree.txt
Here is what your ascii list will look like.