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Renaming W drive

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This might sound like a n00b question and basically I am one.

I've searched but haven't found the answer.

I want to know if you can rename the W: drive without causing any problems or errors ?

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Well friend, this is your lucky day :angry:

 

Yes it is possible to rename the drive letter from W:/ to another. There used to be a vbscript that does thjat but it was removed from 3.2.

 

To change the drive letter, you have to edit the Start.bat and rename where it says "W" to another letter. I believe it is a variable called disk... ;)

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That wasn't quite the answer to my question but it did answer another question :angry:

The problem is that I copied and started the uniform server from my C: drive called Windows XP and now the W: drive is also called Windows XP.

How do I change that. I can't get it to change to a different name

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lol..

 

The Uniform Server Drive is a SUBST drivbe and not a real drive! :P

 

It only uses the image of whatever drive it is on and that is why it has the same size and name as the drive it is installed on :angry:

 

Join us in the IRC Channel if u want by clicking Live IRC on top... ;)

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lol..

 

The Uniform Server Drive is a SUBST drivbe and not a real drive! ;)

 

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I just noticed that. :angry:

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