I’m trying to work on a Blender image at two computer locations. I’m using a portable hard drive.
Trouble is, at the first computer, when I plug in the hard drive it becomes drive K:
When I plug it into the second computer, it becomes drive H:
The model has a couple of UV image maps loaded as textures. I did put the texture *.bmp files in the same directory as the *.blend file. But in the stored path to the file, the path begins with “K:”
So everything works fine on the first computer. If I go to the second computer and try to open the *.blend file, it opens the mesh, but then an error dialog box stating “There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk2\DR4.”
Pressing the “cancel”, “try again”, or “continue” buttons seems to make the error message re-appear, no matter how many times you press them. The only way out is to click the “X” go-away button in the upper right corner of the Blender window.
Is there any way to avoid this?