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

image of prob

Look at the latter lines of the shell, the cd lines.

Nothing's happening :(

This is the Win8 shell. I used to have Win7 on C:\, and have since installed Win8 on D:. As you can see, the prompt is in C:\, and so I'm trying to move it to D:\ where it should be. And nothing's happening.

How can I change the directory? (Bonus points to anyone who can tell be how to change the default shell directory.

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marked as duplicate by slhck Nov 3 '12 at 10:26

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Nothing changed since the DOS day, you just need to type D: to change to D drive.

Shell changing to D

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