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_Drives.au3 (UDF)

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Hello everybody,

I think this UDF will help many who use the command line (Subst.exe and diskpart.exe) to perform these procedures:

1- Defines, redefines, or deletes MS-DOS device names;

2- Associates a volume with a drive letter or a directory on another volume;

3- Editing Drive Letter Assignments.

Functions:

_ChangeDriveLetter()

_VirtualDrive()

Download: _Drives.au3


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I tried it. No go.

I inserted the following into your script:

_ChangeDriveLetter("W", "T")

MsgBox(0,"","error is number " & @error)

I got error 5 -- Unable to delete mount point.

Drive W can be changed to T in Computer Management, so there's no apparent block.

I have XP Pro SP3

So sad, because I could have really used it. I can use DiskPart to change the drive letter but I don't have the disk number, just name and letter.

I can't find any way to convert the name or letter to a disk number.

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I found what I needed with _GetDiskNimberForDrive

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Over 40 downloads and no comments?

THANK YOU VERY MUCH Mr, GREAT JOB!

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(...)

I got error 5 -- Unable to delete mount point.

Drive W can be changed to T in Computer Management, so there's no apparent block.

I have XP Pro SP3

(...)

?

Well, DeleteVolumeMountPoint Function

I'll do some more tests to check this error...


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