I have shortcuts to C:, D:, and E: in my quick launch bar. C and E work fine when I click on them, but D does nothing (that I can see) when I click on it. D and E are both
SUBST'd drives pointing to folders that happen to be network shares. (I do this rather than mapping them so it doesn't have to go through the network layer--that way it works faster and I still get recycle bin functionality, etc.)
If I go Start->Run and type D: or D:\, I get an error box saying:
This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Create an association in the Folder Options control panel.
If I go to My Computer and double-click the D drive, it comes up fine. Also, if I type
\\servername\sharename pointing to the same place, it comes up fine.
This just started happening this morning, out of the blue. It has been working fine ever since I set it up. Why might this be?