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I am unable to change my volume using cd d: in command prompt using administrator rights. After typing this it just reopens c drive for me instead of opening d drive.


I came to a little solution that open the d drive using cd /d d: command but it is unable to open the e drive.

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On windows, to change volumes you use


to switch to the D drive, for example.

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To switch volumes. No need for the CD command

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