Re: Change disk drive letter?





Colin Barnhorst;755596 Wrote:
What is the "it" that doesn't show up?

If both F: and G: are assigned to devices, in order to swap F: with G:
you
need to go through several steps. You cannot directly swap them in
one
move. No biggie, but you have to do it that way. First set F: to any
currently unused letter, say W:. Then set G: to F:. Last set W: to
G:. If
either of the devices are in use, you will need to reboot in between
before
it will work. You will see a message to that effect if it is a
problem.
Naturally you want to remove any cds from the cd drive first.

"feeny" <guest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:e6a3e935984f97175ec60ae14f8f67c8@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > >

PaulB;755479 Wrote:> > > > >
Hi,
Type computer in the start ord search window and select computer
management.
Then select disk management. Right click on the CD drive and select
change
drive letter.


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Paul


"feeny" wrote:> > > >

Tried that, but it doesn't even show up.


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feeny > >
paul when i right click to change letter of drive i get no such option
i just get analyze and defragment


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