Originally Posted by daffy4u
Clever solution! Question, would it be easier just to give the Kindle the drive letter "Z", that way you'd be pretty safe in not having another device use the same drive letter.
I thought of that. I have quite often seen z: used in non-commercial environments for a network drive letter - that is what Explorer offers you by default.
If you have a CD drive and a DVD drive plus two hard disks and you plugged in two USB drives simultaneously then you would use drive letters C, D, E, F, G, H in a default Windows installation - so K: seemed like a good choice. Besides K is for Kindle
Of course z: will work just as well - just replace the K:'s in the steps and script above.