A graph G is 2-disjoint-path-coverable (2-DPC) if, for any four distinct vertices u, v, x, and y of G, there exist two vertex-disjoint paths P1 and P2 such that (i) P1 joins u and v, (ii) P2 joins x and y, and (iii) P1 ∪ P2 spans G. In this paper, we investigate the 2-DPC problem of the crossed cube with various path lengths. In particu-lar, we prove that the crossed cube can be spanned by two disjoint paths P1 of length l1 and P2 of length l2, where 2n–2 – 1 ? l1 ? 2n–1 – 1 and l2 = 2n – l1 – 2. This result im-proves on the previous one that the two disjoint paths are of equal length.