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Skybuck Flying
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      06-20-2011
Hello,

Screenshot pretty much speaks for itself though additional comments added on
screenshot which I shall repeat here:

Problems:

1. Disk management tool does not list all virtual disks
2. Can't de-tach if not listed
3. Can't change driver letter if not listed
4. Windows 7 keeps changing drive letters after each boot, this screws up
paths in source codes and such

File:

http://www.skybuck.org/VirtualDiskPr...iskProblem.png

Folder:

http://www.skybuck.org/VirtualDiskProblem

Some other programmer newsgroups included too perhaps they also have
experience with virtual disks to store source codes in and might know a
solution or perhaps could look into it.

Bye,
Skybuck.


 
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red floyd
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      06-20-2011
On Jun 20, 7:32*am, "Skybuck Flying" <(E-Mail Removed)>
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[incredibly off-topic redacted]

Did you have a C++ specific question? Please see C++ FAQ 5.9

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Skybuck Flying
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      06-21-2011
The c/c++ question is pretty obvious:

How can one learn to write proper VHD tools in C/C++ or how can one correct
the existing tools which might also be written in C/C++ or perhaps even C#
which has similarities with C/C++ ?!?

If you know the answer please post it to Microsoft as well

Bye,
Skybuck

 
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Victor Bazarov
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      06-21-2011
On 6/21/2011 12:16 AM, Skybuck Flying wrote:
> The c/c++ question is pretty obvious:
>
> How can one learn to write proper VHD tools in C/C++


That's not a C++ language question.

"How can one learn to drive a car in Manchester, England?" is NOT a
question about Manchester, England. "How to find a driving school in
Manchester?" is somewhat relevant to Manchester, although there is
probably a generic answer. "How can one learn to slice a cucumber for a
picnic on a trip to Bali, Indonesia?" is NOT a question about Indonesia.
"Are cucumbers common in Indonesia?" is very relevant to Indonesia.

"How to write an infinite loop in C++?" *is* a C++ question because
loops are a feature in C++ and "infinite" transcends languages, so it's
relevant to *any* programming language that defines a "loop". "How to
format a hard drive in C++?" is *not* a C++ question because "hard
drive" is not a feature of the language.

Do you not get it?

VHD (whatever that is) is *not* defined AFA C++ goes, so a question on
"how to write proper VHD tools?" is not a C++ language question.

> or how can one
> correct the existing tools which might also be written in C/C++ or
> perhaps even C# which has similarities with C/C++ ?!?
>
> If you know the answer please post it to Microsoft as well
>
> Bye,
> Skybuck
>


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