I want to change the personal paths from a USB-Stick (one folder on a USB-Stick/drive F with setlists, songs, audioplayers and MP3-files in subfolders) to the internal SSD (partition D:). How can I achieve this easily?
- Copy the data from the USB stick to the hard disk maintaining the directory structure.
- Eject the USB stick
- At an administrative command prompt (right click Command Prompt and select “Run as Administrator”
- Type the following command “subst F: D:”
After doing so, I would recommend you change everything in Cantabile from F: to D: so that if the substitution disappears, everything will still work.
Edit: I just tried this, and the drive letter substitution does not stay after a reboot. So for this to be a more permanent solution, you’ll have to do steps 3 and 4 every time you reboot.
You can hack the subst into the Regisrry. Or create a bat file and put it in the start directory. Or make the subst persistent. Google subst command. I think you put /persistence at the end. Can’t remember the syntax. But it doesn’t work if you run C3 as admin ( jbridge requirement)
Sorry for the slow reply to this. I’ve answered this question a couple of times now but never written in up properly. Today I did. See here:
That’s it! Thank you all