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Thread: Assign Drive Letter from Commandline

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    You can set drive letters programmatically with BTEWin, the script interpreter that is provided with the Virtual Desktop / Vdesk package that can be found on the Daemon Tools web page.

    The appropiate command is daemonletter device, letter .

    Example: daemonletter 0, X:

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    Yeah, just forgot to mention that. Thanks, Jaime. Nice work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crubb View Post
    From your download pages..

    "DAEMON Tools drive letter changer is a small tool to change the drive letters of the D-Tools virtual STEALTH DVDROM devices. Please mail the author if you have problems or suggestions regarding this program.
    Visit NARS' homepage."

    I don't have a windows machine here, but the README states that this works in Windows 9x/ME only (we're running Windows NT 4 Workstation). So I suppose it's a GUI, which wouldn't help much. Can anyone verify that ?

    mfg,
    crubb
    Can u please link the download for the dive letter changer? I couldnt find it on the deamon tools website.

    Ty!

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    alright,then you can have a try.

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