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CMD cd to other drives except C:\ not working [duplicate]

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change directory command doesn't work in windows command prompt [duplicate]

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`cd` doesn't change directory in Windows 7 [duplicate]

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Possible Duplicate: Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can't Navigate to D:\ Every time I want to change directory context to another drive (D, E, F, or whatever..) on a Windows ...
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Windows 7: Command Prompt won't CD into a network mapped drive [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: 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 ...
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Why is cd in Windows not able to switch between drives? [duplicate]

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Can't change current working directory to external drive in Windows [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can’t Navigate to D:\ CMD cd to other drives except C:\ not working I'm trying to run a program located on an external USB disk ...
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Why is my “cd” command ignored in the windows XP command prompt? [duplicate]

I'm trying to set a default path in the windows command prompt but my CD command seems to be ignored. I'm not getting any error/warning either. What am I doing wrong? The contents of the prompt -after ...
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Unable to change volume in command prompt [duplicate]

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. Edit I came to a little ...
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While changing directory in Windows 7, cmd changes it to previously typed location. Why? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can't Navigate to D:\ Why wouldn't cd <drive letter>: work? This is what I found when trying to go from one ...
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Why wouldn't cd <drive letter>: work? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Using cd Command in Windows Command Line, Can't Navigate to D:\ I am in the C partition and I type at the prompt: c:\> cd d: ... and it echoes: d:\ c:\> ......
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I can't navigate to my SD card directory using cmd in windows [duplicate]

I have a surface pro 3 with a 32gb SD card. I've set the OneDrive location to this SD card (since they removed the placeholder feature and so I am forced to download everything). The drive letter ...
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Unable to CD into volumes [duplicate]

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cd not doing anything in the Windows Shell [duplicate]

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How to use the cd command in Windows Powershell to change the drive that I am working [closed]

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