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niteghost

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Reformatted my Primary Partition C:/ and install XP Pro. and it well well , except some issues with some of the Drivers NOT installed. Instead of locating the drivers from the Manufacturer website, "silly " me, I thought Xp Prof. was NOT installed "right ". So, I did another Reformat and Reinstalled and the result is " Disastorous "
Now my Drives are all mess up: C:/ >> F:/ ( Primary Partition )
D:/ >> C:/ ( Second Partition )
E: >> D: ( DVD -RW Drive )
F: >> E ( CD Drive )



How do I reassign my Drives back to Default, without Reinstalling XP Again.

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U can still change the drive letter from "Computer Managenment".
TO Open "Computer Managenment":
Start -> Run. Type "compmgmt.msc". Enter.

In "Computer Managenment".
On the left Pane, expand "storage" and click on "disk managenment"
Now right-click on any drive in the right-top frame. And choose the "Change drive letter and paths" optinon.
A dialog will apperar. Choose the drive in the new dialog and click on "Change". Choose ur desired drive letter from the combo box.
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U can still change the drive letter from "Computer Managenment".
TO Open "Computer Managenment":
Start -> Run. Type "compmgmt.msc". Enter.

In "Computer Managenment".
On the left Pane, expand "storage" and click on "disk managenment"
Now right-click on any drive in the right-top frame. And choose the "Change drive letter and paths" optinon.
A dialog will apperar. Choose the drive in the new dialog and click on "Change". Choose ur desired drive letter from the combo box.

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Did that before Posting. windows won't let me saying " Windows cannot modify the drive letter of your system volume or boot volume .

Any more suggestion ??
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