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padutch

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I have a second hd that is set to slave. It is D drive and I would like to add it to my SEND TO list. Any ideas?
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TonyKlein

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Open an Explorer window, and open the C:\Windows\Sendto folder by doubleclicking on it.
Now find and grab your D: Drive in the left pane with your right mouse button , and drag it over to your Sendto folder in the right pane.
Choose 'create shortcut here'.

Good luck,
 
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Create a shortcut to drive D and place it in your sendto folder.

Open My Computer and right click on drive D. Select create shortcut. It will be placed on your desktop. Now return to you desktop and right click on the new shortcut and select "cut". Now navigate to your windows folder and in your windows folder find your sendto folder and open it. Paste your shortcut there. That should do it.

Man you type fast, Tony
 
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