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Associates a path with a drive letter. The drive letter you assign represents a virtual drive, because you can use  the drive letter in commands as if it were a physical drive. Do not use the SUBST command when Win3x is running. Syntax SUBST [drive1: [drive2:]path] SUBST drive1: /D To display the names of the virtual drives in effect, use the following syntax: SUBST Parameters drive1: Specifies the virtual drive to which you want to assign a path. drive2: Specifies the physical drive that contains the specified path (if different from the current drive). path Specifies the path that you want to assign to a virtual drive. Switch /D Deletes a virtual drive. Related Command For information about increasing the number of available drive letters, see the <LASTDRIVE> command.
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