chrisjj wrote:OK, then I don't know what you meant by "You don't have "S:" in the database".
Yes, I said that. But after that I said also:
ZvezdanD wrote:If you get some number greater than 0 as result then my add-on has a bug.
The bug is because my add-on assumes that a database
cannot have stored two drives with the same serial number. In
case that it has like your, the add-on displays only the first drive, which is P: in
ZvezdanD wrote:That still doesn't mean that both drives, physical and substituted are stored in the database. I needed your database to reveal that.
And did it? Because I see no DB reference to the SUBST "P:".
Try next SQL statement with your database
and you will see that you have both P: and S: stored in
it with the same serial number:
Code: Select all
SELECT SerialNumber, SubStr('ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ', DriveLetter + 1, 1)
FROM Medias WHERE DriveLetter IS NOT NULL
chrisjj wrote:As I said, that prevents me entering the correct path.
I suppose your substituted drive has the same paths as the physical one except the drive letter. But never mind, forget about that suggestion and wait for the next update of