When trying to change directory on command prompt i get error "the filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect" very strange as it IS a valid file path. i decided to do some testing and tried to change it to just "C:/" same stinking error! then i did the ultimate test and tried to "change" the directory to the directory it is currently in (C:\Windows\System32) and STILL GET THE ERROR, its NOT EVEN RECOGNIZING IT'S OWN HOME FREICKEN DIRECTORY!.
i have tried running command prompt BOTH as user AND as administrator, same symptoms. i wanted to get command prompt working to use some android abd commands, which requires directory change but now i think my whole command prompt is corrupt and wouldn't trust it. I've tried googling the problem and its often caused by long names and long directorys, both of which these are not. but saw nowhere on google saying someone cant access freaking "C".
ive changed dirrectorys in command prompt in past and never got that error. wish Microsoft didn't remove "open command prompt here" option.