Mounting Drives and Directories in Windows

Warning! Some information on this page is older than 5 years now. I keep it for reference, but it probably doesn't reflect my current knowledge and beliefs.

# Mounting Drives and Directories in Windows

Sat
10
Oct 2009

You don't have to use only drive letters C:, D:, E: and so on for subsequent disk partitions. Windows gives much freedom in managing drive letters and partitions, if you know how to do that.

First, you can change a drive letter for a hard disk partition or removable disk drive. For example, I like to have my DVD as drive X:. To do that:

Second, you can mount whole partition or drive in an existing, empty directory. To do that:

And finally, you can do the opposite - mount a directory as a separate drive. The way to do it is quite different, as it requires to use a console command:

subst s: d:\Dir\Subdir

To remove such drive, use the following command:

subst s: /D

Comments | #windows Share

Comments

STAT NO AD
[Stat] [STAT NO AD] [Download] [Dropbox] [pub] [Mirror] [Privacy policy]
Copyright © 2004-2019