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DIR /B /O:N > filename.txt but only showing folders without a certain file

Im trying to make a list in xp of folders which do not contain a ".jpg" file. I use this (DIR /B /O:N > filename.txt) for making a folder list, it works perfect, but now i need a list with the where ...
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how to list all files and directories in given directory with full path but not recursive?

Somehow like dir /b command but I need also hidden and system files there. Built in dir command doesn't allow to list such 'hidden' files with the rest and I must use /s to have full path in there, ...
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How do I recursively list filenames (only) in DOS/Windows? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Get bare file names recursively in command prompt I would like to recursively list all files in a directory, showing filenames only (without extensions and without the ...
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Why am I getting “File Not Found” when typing “dir” in the command prompt?

On my Windows XP machine, I type dir into the command prompt in a specific directory. It starts to list a bunch of files but then pauses and then shows File Not Found. Does anyone know why that ...
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WinXP dir command: 3 and 4 char extensions are the same?

I'm trying to recursively search a directory tree to find all of the .asp files using the following command: dir *.asp /s For some reason, this returns not only the asp files, but also the aspx ...