I have a 160GB MyBook External Hard Drive used for storing music mostly, using a Windows XP PC.
The Hard Drive is (up to now!) under the F: Drive, but while using iTunes, I noticed that none of the songs could be located.
On opening My Computer, I saw the reason why, the Hard Drive is now under the I: drive, meaning that ALL my files/songs/programs on the HD have been moved!!
All other drives are accounted for as normal except for F, which seems to have disappeared somewhat.
I thought someone may have been messing around with the USB connections at the back, so I tried putting the HD into another spare USB drive, but the External HD still comes up under I:.
Can anyone tell me how to revert it back to the F Drive? Because iTunes and all my programs have been rendered pretty much useless since the files can't be found, and I do NOT want to have to start over!
Edited by Giggleheimer, 11 December 2006 - 11:03 AM.