Have triple booting setup - W7 64bit; W7 32bit; XP 32bit.
Have two hard drives. Each hard drive has three partitions.
Both Windows 7 operating systems boot partition letter is C:, as expected. But Windows XP boot partition letter is D: !? I'm wanting to change this XP boot partition letter to C:. How?
Note that when XP has booted up and running, drive letter C: is (apparently) already allocated to W7 64bit partition. Can these two drive letters be swapped over so that when XP is booted up/loaded, its boot partition letter will be C: and W7 64bit partition letter will be D: ?
Edited by brispuss, 26 August 2017 - 03:38 AM.