I have all programs and stuff on the I: drive. Some software won't work unless drive C: is present on the system. I tried to create a logical C: drive which would substitute to the physical I: drive.
I opened a command prompt and the entered the command : SUBST C: I:\
But when I hit enter, I get the following error:
Invalid parameter - C:
How can I change it from the I: drive to the C: drive? Would I have to re-install Windows again?