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                               DRVSPACE /HOST
 
Changes the drive letter of the host drive for the specfied compressed drive
by modifying the corresponding ActivateDrive setting in the <DRVSPACE.INI>
file. You cannot use this switch to change the letter of a compressed
drive's host drive if you used free space to create that compressed drive.
 
Note:  For this switch to take effect, you must restart your computer.
 
Syntax
 
    DRVSPACE drive1: /HOST=drive2
 
Parameters
 
drive1
 
    Specifies the current drive letter of either the compressed drive or its
    host drive.
 
drive2
    Specifies the new drive letter for the host drive.
 
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                          DRVSPACE /HOST--Examples
 
If your compressed drive letter is C, and your host drive letter is H, you
can use the following command to change the host drive letter to G:
 
    drvspace c: /host=g:
 
You can also use the following command to change the host drive letter to
G:
 
    drvspace h: /host=g:
 
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