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    cd logical drive (XPP)

    How do you switch to a partitioned drive at the command line?

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    Re: cd logical drive (XPP)

    Not sure exactly what you mean by switching to a partitioned drive, Bruce - do you mean changing drive letters?
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    Re: cd logical drive (XPP)

    If you are talking about what I think you are, you simply type in<pre>c:
    d:
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    f:</pre>

    etc.

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    Re: cd logical drive (XPP)

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    I kept trying to use<pre>F:</pre>

    and <pre>cd F:</pre>

    Thanks!

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    Re: cd logical drive (XPP)

    You don't even need the cd. Just plain old F: will work.
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    Re: cd logical drive (XPP)

    'CD' is an abbreviation of ChDir (Change Directory) - a hangover from the days when we had directories rather than folders <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

    For the full list of parameters, type<pre>help cd</pre>

    at the command prompt - you can change Drive and folder/directory in one hit.

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