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Old 06 December 2006, 01:17   #21
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So mount PC0 and then open a DOS shell and type "PC0: info" is that what you mean?
No. Type just


and press enter. This is the same as if you enter cd pc0:. Just any command accessing PC0: will do, it just has to be accessed to be activated (in case that Activate=1 is missing in the DosDriver).

After that, enter


and press enter. This command will list all mounted devices and volumes. PC0 should be among them.

Before you mount PC0, mark it's icon and choose Icon / Information from the menu. Check the tooltypes if there is an entry for Unit=x. It should read Unit=0 for PC0 and Unit=1 for PC1.
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