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Changing Drive labels (letters)

2009-07-08, 0:24 AM

Hi, I partitioned the HDD on the K210 to a "C" (for Windows, programs and applications) and "D",  the next letter in the drive sequence somehow was assigned to the DVD Drive and the "E" Drive to the HDVD Drive and then the (Partitions that I created) "F", "G" and "H" Drives (where I store data files, photos,....).

I would like to change (reassign) the "D" and "E" Drives (which are CD-DVD drives) to "outta" letters and use the "D" and "E" letters to reassign (the newly created) "G" and "H" Drives.

Any suggestions on the best / easiest way to do this with out screwing things up even more?

Thanks,

Bob 

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10-26-2008

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Re: Changing Drive labels (letters)

2009-07-08, 21:57 PM

Click the start button and then run, or Win+R.

Type "diskmgmt.msc" without the quotes and then click OK.

Right-click on any partition or optical disk drive and click "Change Drive Letter and Paths...".


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Re: Changing Drive labels (letters)

2009-07-08, 21:57 PM

Click the start button and then run, or Win+R.

Type "diskmgmt.msc" without the quotes and then click OK.

Right-click on any partition or optical disk drive and click "Change Drive Letter and Paths...".


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