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HELP! HD not being assigned a LETTER!

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by nWo34Life, Jan 8, 2006.

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    I have 2 HDs, both 120GBs.

    I have one that's a main that I formatted into two partitions (we'll call it C and D). The other (we'll call it E), I had unplugged while the formatting was going on. I also have 2 DVD-ROMs (we'll call them F and G).

    I'm not sure what's going on, but after the formatting went fine and it pulled up both C and D, I powered the PC off, plugged E back in and now Windows won't assign it a letter! It shows up in Computer Management just fine, but when I try to assign it a letter, the only option it gives me is Delete Partition. I thought the letter was being used, so I assigned D, F, and G different letters to see if it would show up. Still didn't show up. I uninstalled E's drivers, rebooted, but it still won't show up with a letter.

    What is going on!??!
     
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