I have a computer that I recently put a fresh install of Windows XP Professional on. I partitioned the hard drive during Windows installation into two partitions, one for the OS and one for Docs. I booted into windows for the first time and it automatically assigned drive letters F: and G: to the OS and Docs partitions respectively. I immediately started getting the following error message when Windows boots up, when opening and using Outlook and at various other times.
From googling the error message, it seems to me that windows is looking for a disk that is not present. I am guessing that it is looking for the C: drive. The C: drive has been assigned to a removable storage on the local printer card reader.
I don't think changing the OS partitions drive letter is possible, so is there anyway to get rid of the error without reinstalling XP again?
Why did windows setup assign the OS partition the letter F to start with?