I think will help to better understand what might
have caused my dilemma to provide me the help I need to resolve this issue. It's not easy to explain but I'll try my best. Please bear with me on this. Thanx. So, here goes.
I was given an old Gateway Pentium 3 computer for parts or whatever. I just figured I could use the hard drive for some extra storage space. So at home, I took it out, changed the jumper pin setting to cable select and installed it(as a secondary internal drive) and just wiped the drive clean. I discovered it was only
a 4Gb drive which is about as pointless as a floppy disk so I took it out of my system a few days later.But
, the thing is tho, when I had the drive in, my computer reassigned all new
drive letters for each drive and SD card slots, and when I took the drive out, my computer stayed
that way and so the drive letter "assignment" never went back to it's original state.
The drive slot that I always put my SD cards in used to be
known as F: drive and after I put that 4Gb drive in, it became
the G: drive and despite my removing that 4Gb drive, my F: drive stays as G: drive. Also, I have two external usb drives. J: drive became K: drive and K: drive became L: drive after putting that 4Gb drive in. Those reassigned drive letters never went back to normal to the way they used to be after I took that old drive out. And I honestly believe that might have something if not everything to do with my SD card not being recognized anymore.
So, now that I've said all that..(sorry for my rambling)...is there a way for me to "reset" my computer so that it'll go back to the way it was before I put that old drive in?
I suspect that it could be the reason since it was about the same time when I did that was when my SD card issue started.
I took a pic of "My Computer" screen so show the different changes:http://img64.imagesh...93/img6701e.jpg
Please, please, please take a look at the pic and help me get my computer back to normal. Thanx a bunch everyone!!!