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Old March 24th 03, 12:47 AM
Doug Knox MS-MVP
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Default icons missing in windows explorer

You need to use

SUBST C: F:\

The SUBST command won't take it without the \ character, or a fully
qualified path like F:\Temp

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"Mike" wrote in message
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I have windows installed on drive F. In windows explorer there are no

icons
next to the drive letters or my computer or anything for that mater. Found

a
KB article that explains this and tell me to use this subst cmd. Tried and
it doesn't work. Any ideas..

KB article is Q307028

This is what i type and get returned, I've tried it w/out the : sign as
well.

F:\subst c: f:
Invalid parameter - F:

Thanks,

--Mike




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