|25 Jul 2009||#1|
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Symbolic link across drives?
I am new to Windows 7 and new to using symlinks. Please bear with me.
I am trying to make a hard link to a file on a RAM disk, but I get the error
"The system cannot move the file to a different disk drive."
I can't make a directory link to the RAM disk because I cannot fit all the files in the original directory on the RAM disk. I need to make a couple links file-to-file.
I am trying to use the command
mklink /h lichking.mpq j:\lichking0.mpq
like that. I would be very grateful if someone can come up with a solution to this problem!
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