Command Prompt not showing c drive

Posted on 2006-04-11
Last Modified: 2012-06-22
When i oprn the command prompt in windows xp, i get the usual C:\ducuments and settings\owner , but i want only it to display c:\ , directly hte drive wholy in it self. I tried to cd c:\ but it accepts the commnd but still shows c:\doc settin...... Can someone please help?
Question by:secretservgy
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    Hi secretservgy,

    cd \     will take you back

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    thanks a lot
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    Click with the right button on the shortcut that starts cmd prompt and select Properties. After that select "shortcut" tab and in "Start in" type "C:\".
    Hope that helps!
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    tis cool :)

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