v:\cksum> cdd v: V:\cksum v:\cksum> cdd g: G:\tc22 v:\cksum> g: g:\tc22> v: v:\cksum>
That would mean that the current directory on the G: drive is the root directory. To see otherwise ...The only thing it "reports" is "G:\"
( c:\ ) > cdd g:\subdirectory ( g:\subdirectory ) > cdd c:\ ( c:\ ) > cdd g: [code] That should tell you that the current directory on the g: drive is g:\subdirectory.
I guess my assumption was that cdd G: would result in changing the current drive to G: since cdd is supposed to mean change drive and directory.I think it acts like CD in that respect. With just a drive specification (no trailing '\') it reports the current directory on the specified drive.