Verifies that data was correctly written on a disk.
MS-DOS equivalent: VERIFY (2.0+)
ON Turns verification on until the system
OFF Turns verification off once it has been
The VERIFY command is used to confirm that information is
written correctly each time the system writes information.
displays whether VERIFY is currently turned on or off.
With VERIFY on, DOS checks information each time it writes
it to disk, which can slow writing speed slightly. You can also
use the COPY command with the /V option if you prefer to verify
on a case-by-case basis.
[For related topics, press R]
DEL (DELETE) and ERASE Commands
RENAME EN) Command
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