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hlngreen

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I have recently had to use the systems recovery disks on a friends PC. She bought the PC some time ago, and had a CD-RW drive installed a few months back. Now that the system is back up and running, the CD drives are no longer called "D:" and "E:", but "Q:" and "R:" respectively. Can I change them back? Also, will I need a driver disk for the re-writer?

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Sorry I'm not running win98 at the moment, I do beleive you can go to start/settings/control panel/system/device manager/cdrom tab, expand it, select one of the units, select properties, on one of the tabs I beleive you can change the drive letter as long as that letter is not being used by anything else.

As far as the cdrw, you will need to reinstall the burning software
 
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