Introduction: Access the 'root' or 'top' of a Drive on School Computers.
For those who dont know: the 'root' of a drive is the top (i.e. C:/ D:/ H:/ ect.)
On many school networks, the root of many hard drives (the most common is C:/)
Disclaimer: If you get introuble, I won't take ANY responsibility for your punishment
Step 1: Checking Your Restrictions
First, you need to see what you can and can't do...........
1:Can you already access the root of the drive? If you can, then you dont even need to read this instructable.
2:Can you get to the right-click menu on the desktop? If you cant, then you'll have to find a different method.
Step 2: Its Time to Access the Root/top of the Drive
1st: Goto the desktop and right-click
2nd: Goto new>shortcut
At this point a dialog box should appear asking the address your shortcut leads to......
3rd: type in
or whatever drive you want/need access to
MAKE SURE YOU PUT THE QUOTATION MARKS AS WELL
4th: press ok
5th:another box will open
Now you can access the root of a hard drive!
Its more usefull than you think.......