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I can get into DOS but I can't get to my CDROM from boot up because it won't boot to CDROM. As a workaround I have a dos disk in the A drive. Does anyone have an idea of the command to change the directory to cdrom. Its been years since I used dos. but as best I remember is cd d: or CD x: I have DOS 5.0 and 6.0......

HELLLLPP anyone? thanks mel

asked Apr 05 '12 at 14:45

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Mel Mason


try this site :)


To change the default drive, simply type the letter of the your choice. The new default will be listed in subsequent DOS prompts. Example:

C> A: [enter] Changes the default drive from C to A. A> C: [enter] Changes the default drive from A to C.

(Apr 05 '12 at 15:27) jadtechnic jadtechnic's gravatar image

May I be so bold to ask why you need to boot to a CD? and why you need DOS?

answered Apr 05 '12 at 16:55

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