[Bug 23355] Ring-Protech CD/DVD Protection fails

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Tue Sep 28 12:51:57 CDT 2010


--- Comment #6 from Chris Parker <cparke at parkerfamily.name> 2010-09-28 12:51:56 CDT ---
(In reply to comment #2)
> Bug #20887 also involves GetVolumeInformation.
> What controls whether GetVolumeInformationA("X:") succeeds or not is not
> GetCurrentDirectory().  It is the queried drive's default directory.
> MS-Windows maintains one default directory per drive letter (and per process)
> in the environment variable "=X:".  You can see that by typing set " (including
> this double quote) in a DOS shell.
> It is only when the drive to be queried corresponds with the unique
> GetCurrentDirectory that the latter comes into play.

Not the case for a network drive share, any way.  I'm in X:\ and run the
Windows routine with just X: and it succeeds.  I think all removable drive and
media types don't require the trailing backslash.  Why do we ever need to
require the trailing backslash? (to validate a hard drive is real and fixed?)

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