Try C: (don't use CD nor use the \ ) and press Enter
If the file system on the C: drive has been recognized, it will allow you to switch to it (to be technical - the C: drive is actually the C: volume)
Don't be surprised if the commands from the C: drive don't work when booting from external media.
There's numerous reasons for it not working - but mainly it's because Windows isn't running, and what is running isn't running from the C: drive (this is determined when the system boots from the X: drive).
The X: drive OS should have the usual supply of internal commands, and may have some additional external commands that will function in the OS
The point here is that the OS is running from the X: drive (whatever you booted from), and it doesn't know anything about what's on the C: drive (in order to run it). This includes a lot of stuff that's loaded on boot - particularly from the registry (and there's no easy way to go around this restriction in most cases).
Edited by usasma, 21 September 2015 - 07:37 AM.
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