[Tech]Virtual Drives in Windows XP
Enter the command in in Windows XP. It allows you to associate an unused Drive Letter with a File Path. So, Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005\v126.96.36.1995 becomes simply Infact, it shows up even in Windows Explorer, and can be used just as any other drive. Now, here's how you do it.
Start Use the like this : o: C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005\v188.8.131.525 This associates the drive letter with the path Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005\v184.108.40.2065 So, Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 2005\v220.127.116.115\vbc.exe now becomes just Pretty neat, huh ? If you specify a Drive Letter already in use, you get an Invalid Parameter message.
Incase you want to de-associate the Drive Letter from the path, use the command with the parameter. So, to de-associate the Drive Letter o:, you just issue : /d o: So, the Drive o: just ceases to exist. Kinda Neat, huh ?
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