09-25-2002, 08:52 PM
is drive mapping possible in windows 98?
how can i do it?
i understand what it is, i want to create a virtual drive (H:) so when i go to my H drive it goes to C:\blah\
they do this on networks with .bat files, at school they use windows 98 and do it.
any tutorials on mapping drives?
09-25-2002, 09:28 PM
is this locally or on a LAN? i get the impression you want to do this on your own PC :s if so juts make yourself a link otherwise right click on my computer and click on "connect to network drive" and select the drive name and path
09-25-2002, 09:31 PM
its on my one PC at home, its own its own NO NETWORK.
09-25-2002, 09:35 PM
wow that was a fast reply! i havent done this thing in a long time so somebody correct me if im wrong but, if you dont want to make that link then try what i said exept instead of computer "\\comname\share" try "C:\blah\" i dont now if tht will work but you can always try, that will map it as a network drive. happy testing
09-25-2002, 09:40 PM
is not surported according to an error message.
any more ideas?
09-25-2002, 11:51 PM
share the folder you want. Then right click on network neighborhood on your desktop and select "Map Network Drive" and point to the folder you just shared
09-26-2002, 10:00 AM
If the machine is standalone, then you may not have the required networking modules installed to enable you to share the drive! On your desktop, do you have a network Neighbourhood icon? If not, then the modules need to be added.
I'd tell you how to do this, but I can't remember how it's done.
09-26-2002, 07:16 PM
i do not have a network neighbourhood icon on my desktop.
09-27-2002, 03:20 AM
Once you add a NIC, modem, or dial-up connection doesn't it appear? Can't really remember.
09-27-2002, 06:31 PM
i thought that you has to edit the registry to get rid of it!
09-27-2002, 07:07 PM
i have a modem in my PC. its not listed under add/remve programs in the windows section.