However, It appears to me that your OS was installed in the "D" partition...which is ok. Let's take a look and see. Right click on the "D" drive and choose "Explore". Is the Windows folder there? If it is, let's rename this Partition "Local Disk". To do that, Right click on "My Computer" then Right click on the "D" drive and choose "Properties"...in the Label box, hilite "dsk1_vol2" and type "Local Disk" in it's place. If Windows is not in the "D" drive, repeat the "Explore" on the "C" drive and so on until you find it and name that drive "Local Disk". (This is not a big deal, it will just be less confusing to anyone troubleshooting problems later on.)
Next we'll take on the modem. Right click on "My Computer" and choose "Properties". Under the "Device Manager" tab, find "Modem" and click the + next to it...Right click on the modem and choose "Remove" and the click "Ok"
Each partition on the HDD is counted as a "Drive" and pushes the drive designation up one letter...4 partitions C,D,E.F moves cd-rom to "G". (A and B are reserved for floppy drives)
I just thought the CD was to be something like C rather than G.
Edited by wannabe1, 04 September 2005 - 06:48 PM.