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Changing drive letters .........?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by sifter, Jul 6, 2002.

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  1. sifter

    sifter Thread Starter

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    Hi ...

    I have 2 HDD and Ive put partitions on them etc and got the operating system running....Now the drive letters for the HDD are a little out of place....

    on my first HDD I have a c: e: f:

    Ok and on the other HDD

    I have g: and H:

    How can I change theseso that they read...


    c: d: e: f: g:


    etc etc Thx in advance......

    PS imusing XP pro
     
  2. buck52

    buck52 Banned

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    Howdy sifter

    I have Home but have a look here...

    control panel/Administrative tools/Computer Management then click the + next to Storage and left click Disk Management now rightclick on one of the drive letters and look for Change drive letters and paths

    see if that's what your after

    buck
     
  3. sifter

    sifter Thread Starter

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    thx m8....Job done......
     
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