|24 Sep 2011||#1|
Cannot change drive in command prompt using CD
When I try to switch to D drive it stays in C:
Feels stupid to ask this question.. I checked cd Change Directory which confirms that I was doing it correctly. Any idea what could be a reason for this?
Ahh, stupid.. I just had to type the drive without CD to change it..
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