So the way it breaks down is as follows... A: = Floppy Drive, C: = Removable Disk, D: = Removable Disk, E: = DVD-RAM Drive, and F: = Local Disk.
Just wondering why my local drive isn't showing up as C: and does it really even matter?
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there was probably something weird during the install. how did you go about wiping the drive and starting over?
it's not a huge issue. the OS can stay on "F:" if you want it too...you may run into issues with some program installers that are hard coded to install to the c: drive...but that's getting less common
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