It's simple. I bought a powerful desktop system with two harddisks. Windows Vista came pre-installed on the D: disk. My secondary disk received the letter E:.
Real, real annoying but when I just had the system it didn't bother me much. I changed the E: disk to B: because the computer management couldn't alter the driveletter for the D: disk. (Something with boot information or primary disk or whatever...)
Now, I know I can create a folder on the D: disk which would point to the root folder of another disk. This took away the problem I had simply because my secondary disk is just for data storage.
But now I want to create a folder D:\Companyname and I want this folder to be linked to B:\Companyname... How do I link one folder to another without installing additional software?
Why I need this? Simple. I started working on a Delphi project and some [beep][beep] has used lots and lots of hardcoded pathnames in the code. I can't change those paths because I have just precompiled units.
And please, don't suggest re-installations of repartioning the disks because that would be too much trouble for a single project. Besides, I don't want to mess up a good system by messing up the file/disk system. I just need this for the three weeks that I'm working on this project... (And I would use a Virtual machine for this if I had a Vista virtual machine. But I don't have one.