SanDisk U3 USB flash drives has a CDROM area and a Removable disk area, each mapped to a drive letter in Windows.
If I plug in 2 of them, I will get 2 CDROMs (E:, J:) and 2 Removable disks (G:, H:) as shown below:
How to programmatically determine which CDROM (E: or J:) belongs to the same flash drive as Removable Disk G:?
The solution must work under Windows Guest Account without prior installation of any software.
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