I have recently installed a second hard disk in my computer with drives D: and E:. The problem is that after leaving Windows95 to MS-DOS, the command DIR at the E prompt produces the statement: ’No files present’ when there should be files reported. However it all works fine in Windows95 Explorer, in a DOS window in Windows95 and after booting to DOS from a start up disk. The new drive has been low level formatted successfully with no errors reported. The content of the CD on F: is also listed when typing DIR at G:, even though there is no G drive present.
Do you know how to fix it?
[Note: this question has been asked previously by me but suggestions to date have not led to a solution]