[Wine] Re: Wine Doesn't Detect Extra Drives
wineforum-user at winehq.org
Sat Feb 27 13:20:29 CST 2010
> In winecfg you need to set the drives up but really don't use Wine in combination with Windows partitions, you can easily mess up your Windows installation, break programs and also mess up Wine.
Only if you set a Windows disk as C:. Mounting under D, E etc. isn't usually as bad as you would describe it.
> Most programs don't work from a Windows partition due to missing registry keys and dlls.
Mostly the commercial ones. A lot of other apps, especially ones not requiring any sort of registration or activation, will usually just work fine over the board. It's a case-by-case basis, really.
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