How do I find the root of a drive?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by quechubin, Oct 29, 2003.

  1. quechubin

    quechubin Guest

    stupid question

    okay, i know this is probably a stupid question but i need to know the answer to it, so if someone could please help me out. i need to know how to get to the "root" of one of my hard drives. i need to get a text file from there but i don't know what the "root" of the drive is or how to get to it. so can someone help me out, please? thanks in advance!

    quechubin
     
  2. j79zlr

    j79zlr Glaanies script monkey Political User

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    The root of the C: drive is C:\
     
  3. quechubin

    quechubin Guest

    oh, i knew it was a stupid question :( anyhoo, thanks!!
     
  4. cpugeniusmv

    cpugeniusmv Computer Genius

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    there's no such thing as a stupid question....

    unless i ask it ;) :)
     
  5. Vector_One

    Vector_One Guest

    Sure there is. For example:

    "Should Vegetarians eat animal crackers?"

    and

    "Why do they call it a building if its already built?"

    :D
     
  6. cpugeniusmv

    cpugeniusmv Computer Genius

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    haha, i stand corrected.:p
     
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    mike09 Moderator

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