I'm about to make a symbolic link from the Users file on the OS SSD [C:] to the larger HDD [E:] (using robocopy and mklink), and want to make sure I'm about to use the correct drive letters from within the recovery console.
I understand the drive letters are usually different from within the console; for example C: ---> E: , D: ---> C: , and X: ----> RecoveryOS
How do I ensure that the drive letter I'm about to robocopy and mklink to correspond to the actual OS SSD and spacious HDD?
There must be a simple command to check this... Thanks in advance!
EDIT: I just read bleepingcomputer's tutorial #161 on the recovery command prompt. I can confirm which drive letter corresponds to the OS with
bcdedit | find "osdevice"Could the other disk (HDD) then be found with a dir command?
Edited by fiveleaf, 27 August 2011 - 12:23 AM.