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Tekzilla Daily: Tekzilla Daily: Keep all your data under one roof

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Tekzilla Daily: Tekzilla Daily: Keep all your data under one roof

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Want to keep all your music together even if it's on separate drives? Veronica shows you how to mount any drive anywhere you want on today's Tekzilla Daily.

[ Music ] ^M00:00:04 >> Today's Tekzilla Daily is brought to you by GoDaddy.com. ^M00:00:07 [ Music ] ^M00:00:15 >> Welcome to Tekzilla Daily I'm Veronica Belmont.[Background Music] External hard drives are a popular way to deal with the overflow of data that can pile up on a PC's hard drive. Unfortunately, that can really screw up the organization of those files. For example, if you decide to store all your my music folder files on an external drive. Sure you can still access the files but you'll need to navigate through the drive itself and not the my music folder located in the C drive. Thankfully there is a work around. Both Windows XP and Vista make it easy to mount an external drive inside your C drive. Open the run dialogue and type compmgmt.msc and hit enter. Select disk management and right click on the drive you'd like to change. Select change drive letter and pass, click add and chose an empty folder you'd like to use as your mount point. If you'd like the drive to still appear as an external drive, leave the pre-existing drive letter there. If not just remove it. That's all there is to it. So next time you need to reorganize those files you can keep them all under one roof. Now if you have a tip or trick that you want to share then e-mail us at Tekzilla@revision3.com and don't forget Tekzilla.com is the place to find more tips, tricks, product reviews and how to's. If you want to make an impact online GoDaddy.com has what you need. Dot com names as low as a $1.99 plus world class hosting, fast and easy web site builders and much more. Starting at less than $5 a month web posting from GoDaddy includes a 99.9% up time, 24-7 support and free access to GoDaddy hosting connection. The place to quickly install over 50 free applications like Word Press, Joomla, droople, osCommerce and more. Plus enter code TZD1 when you check out and save an additional 10% off your entire order. Some restrictions apply. See site for details. Get your piece of the internet at GoDaddy.com. ^M00:01:53 [ Music ]

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