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I'm on Windows 10.

Running the command:

mklink /D "G:\test" "C:\test" 

...Is successful. However, in explorer when I double click the folder on G:\ and try to access any file in there, it says "file does not exist, create it?".

The weird thing is that this has worked perfectly fine before today, and also:

It seems to work when on the same drive. If I run

mklink /D "C:\new1" "C:\test"

I have no problems accessing it in explorer.

  • If you are still around: What does G:\ >dir /A show? – Marc.2377 May 7 at 4:23

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