Application in Visual Basic 6.0 to create path to removable disks

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Removable data storage
Removable storage
VB6.0
Visual Basic
Visual Basic 6.0
I am building an application where I want to put my data in a removable drive and my exe somewhere in any of the fixed drives. I can't be sure about the path to my removable drive because the letter assigned to it can change due to many reasons, like, another removable drive was inserted before mine was, for example. Is there a way I can refer to (access) my removable drive using its name instead of the letter designation (which is volatile)? Please send your answer to this email address:  reynaldo.besana@gmail.com thanks

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vb6
ASKED: October 23, 2010  10:42 AM
UPDATED: October 25, 2010  12:53 PM

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