Okay a TON of people are looking all over the forums for a guide or some help on making a D: drive, so I?ll remake my guide again. It?s slightly long, but I hope everyone understands it. When I had it up before the wipe, a lot of people thanked me :P. Okay here we go:
 HAAZA I remembered who inspirered me >.> it was Iod, so techincally all thanks goes to Iod for mentally helping me with this guide >.>
The first thing you?ll want to do is make sure you don?t have anything physical on that D: drive (like a CD drive or DVD drive: go to My Computer and look at your drives. Now if you already have a D: drive you?re good to go (like two hard drives, if you?re not sure just continue with the guide ). Here?s a pic of what my My Computer looks like:
Now I, like all of you reading this assuming you have no D drive, don'y have one. Now here's how to move your other drives down to make room for your drive:
First, Go to Control Panel in your Start Menu
and then go to Administartive Tools
Next, you'll want to click on Computer Management
Then in Computer Management, you'll want to click on Disk Managment (If you don't see it, click on Storage to make it drop down below it, or in it's vicinity.)
You'll notice I have a CRAPTASTIC ammount of Hard Drive, as well as space, but you don't see me not having a server, eh? Okay besides that, you'll want to change the letters of both CD drive and DVD drive (unless you only have one). Right click on the CD/DVD drive and click Change Drive Letter and Paths
Now in here you'll see three buttons; Add, Change, and Remove. Before I changed my CD and DVD drive letters it came up with some warning. I haven't had any problems, so if you do I don't know what you did.
go ahead and change your letters to anything, except D (of course :P). Now you need to make that D drive
the concept of the D drive really pissed me off at first since I didn't know what it meant. Well here's how to make it:
load up command prompt (or Ms-Dos prompt) through whatever method you want (I prefer going to run..and typing in cmd as an easy shortcut. ) okay you load it up and you'll see this:
now if you type subst /? and you're new to this, you'll see a bunch of crap. At least that's what I thought it was. When you're done with guide maybe you'll understand what that means. EX lets say you want to make a server (lol :P) like Mu and you put the severfiles in C: and no other folder/drive. So in cmd you'd type subst D: C:\muserver (or whatever you named your server files)
Once you type subst D: C:\muserver you should get this
it should appear nothing happened but when you recheck your My Computer....YOU MADE A D: DRIVE!
Congrats ^^ and thanks to Iod for this next tid-bit. Everyone know when you log-off or turn your computer off, you'll lose you D; drvie, but nothing in it, you wont lose your server folder, just the drive. Now Iod posted this .bat file that loads if up everytime you log back on!
thanks guys and I hope this guide is useful to anyone
oh yeah >> sorry about that forgot to TELL you where it goes. C: Documents and Settings, your name, Program files, and startup. unzip it :P