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drive letter assignment

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by CleoOrlando, May 24, 2001.

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  1. CleoOrlando

    CleoOrlando Thread Starter

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    i need to get dos support for my pcmcia cdrom on a toshiba laptop running win2k, and cant seem to figure it out...any ideas???

    thanks

    [Edited by CleoOrlando on 05-25-2001 at 12:23 AM]
     
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  3. hseifert

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    Try this:

    Start
    Programs
    Administrative Tools
    Computer Management
    Storage
    Disk Management

    Right Click on the drive for which you wish to change the drive letter.
     
  4. CleoOrlando

    CleoOrlando Thread Starter

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    no administrative tools option
     
  5. hseifert

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    Not sure what happened. Thought I was responding to a question about changing drive letter assignment. Looks like I hit the wrong button. Sorry!
     
  6. CleoOrlando

    CleoOrlando Thread Starter

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    no you didnt...i changed my question about the same time you responded...thanks
     
  7. hseifert

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    If you're still interested in changing your drive letters, you can find the administratives tools as an aplet in control panel
     
  8. CleoOrlando

    CleoOrlando Thread Starter

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    now i'm having problems with the windows98 setup after format...this has been a format from hell...for some reason it couldnt copy a .dll file, so i pulled it off my other system, tried to copy it from the floppy, and the system crashed...what a nightmare this has been...i'll have to remember to stay away from notebook computers from now on
     
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