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    Change data drive letter

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    I keep all my libraries on one disk and I want to change the drive letter. I'm concerned that the program that's pointing to a sample set won't be able to find them if I do that.

    Does anyone know if that's true? Or do programs use the name of the disk, or the disk number?

    Thanks - rev

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    I've shifted data around to different drives and also changed drive letters.

    When I load up a song, I get a message saying it can't find this and that, and I just have to point it to the new location and that fixes it.

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    I was hoping that was the case. I can't think of any program that can only point to the original location.

    OK, thanks. I'll try it.

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