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    Ultimate Member dragflameson's Avatar
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    Question Multiple Drive Directories in One Folder?

    Hi all,

    I'm running Windows 7 and I have two external drives with lots of directories in each one of them. I would like to setup a single folder on my desktop and have all directories from each of the two drives showing up in that one folder.

    Is this possible?
    Motherboard: ECS NForce 3-A Socket 754
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    Administrator Steve R Jones's Avatar
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    Piece of cake. Right click on the folders and select-> SEND TO Desktop. Then drag the shortcuts anywhere you want.

    ** NOTE - if you were to unplug the drives and plug em back in - the drive letters might change and all your hard work will go down the drain. There's no solution to that as far as I know.

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    Ultimate Member Ol'Tunzafun's Avatar
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    You can keep the drive letters from changing by right-clicking on the drive in Disk Management and assigning a letter from the far end of the alphabet (W,X,Y), where it is not going to get bumped. That way the drive letter will be persistent. Don't use Z; there are too many programs now that like to automatically map to Z.

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