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    Accessing drive from the command line?

    I have a NOMAD Jukebox Zen Xtra. What I'm wondering is if there is a way to navigate to the player's dri've from a command line. I use the player for data storage on a regular basis and being able to access the dri've from a command prompt would be ideal for my needs, however, I can't seem to figure it out. Is this possible to do? Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Accessing drive from the command line?

    No, the player doesn't show up as a standard harddri've. You have to access it through software.

    Cat

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    Re: Accessing drive from the command line?

    Wow, that's unfortunate. Okay, moving forward then...
    I want to be at least able to get data on and off the dri've and onto computers I may use temporarily without having to install software. Case in point, I'm taking a trip and will likely be using a friend's computer. I'd like to access the data on the dri've, without littering his computer with software he neither needs nor wants. Or, I may be on a computer with restricted access, such as not being able to install programs. Is there something I can do, perhaps run something from a floppy?

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    Re: Accessing drive from the command line?

    Sorry, answered my own question, found it in the forums.

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