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Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can't Navigate to D:\

When I'm in cmd, I try to go to a mapped network drive that i have such as cd x:\ or cd y:\ and it executes with no error and just gives me back to C:\Users\Adam.

Any idea why?

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cd is primarily for changing directories, you're trying to change drives.

from the command prompt type z: or cd /D z:

for clarification on cd and it's options type cd /? from the command prompt.

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THANK YOU SO MUCH! – Snow_Mac Jun 28 '11 at 16:25

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