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Windows: drive via CMD switch - so it goes

  • Oct 17, 2020
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You want to change the prompt to a different Windows drive, you need a special CMD command.

Windows drives via the command prompt (CMD) go

In the Windows command prompt, navigate with the command "cd" through folders and directories. With individual drives, this will not work.

  • Here you need to enter the respective drive letter, to change to the desired drive.
  • With "D:" for example, go in the drive "D:" and "E:" in the drive "E:".
  • The drive letter of your hard drives and USB Sticks you find out about the job. To do this, press the key combination [Ctrl] + [E] and browse to the desired drive.
CMD-command: drives the change
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With the Windows command prompt, you can much more to do: The most important CMD commands we have, therefore, on the next page, summarized for you.

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