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Windows 7: Opening a folder in the CMD prompt

29 Aug 2012   #1
ziomekjg

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Opening a folder in the CMD prompt

I'm running win 7 changed the default CMD C:\windows \system32 to C:\ I need to open a folder in the C: how do I go about that. thanks


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29 Aug 2012   #2
ignatzatsonic

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If you are sitting at C: and want to go to C:\Intel, you would enter cd Intel at the C: prompt.
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29 Aug 2012   #3
karlsnooks

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ziomekjg View Post
I'm running win 7 changed the default CMD C:\windows \system32 to C:\ I need to open a folder in the C: how do I go about that. thanks
Win + E | SHIFT + RT-CLICK on the C drive | select Open command window here
Open Command Window Here
WIN = key with Microsoft logo on top.
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