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I want to map (or assign) my directory path to another directory path.  
Ie:  c:\jims\dloads\  is mapped to  d:\temp\games\

Is there anyway to do such a thing under Windows 95?  The closest thing I can find is mapping a drive name to a dir path (with the SUBST command in DOS), but this is NOT what I want.

It doesn't sound like a really tough problem either but I just can't seem to do this simple task.  Please, any assistance would be GREATLY APPRECIATED!!

Thanks.
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W95 doesnt have that function. So unless the DOS approach
works for you, you are pretty much out of luck.
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