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Partition Magic's Drive Mapper


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waynerr

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Hello Everyone,

I added a partition using PM. That went fine. I originally had C: & D:, so I had to use Drive Mapper. I mapped to D:, but when asked, I unchecked to map to C:. I really screwed up.

Now I can not find a way to go back and map to C:. Does anyone here know of a way to do this ? Is there a registry hack, or something ?

Any help will be Greatly Appreciated. I feel I messed up horribly. If there is any way out Please volunteer .

Partition Magic Magic 4.0
Windows 98SE

Thank You So Kindly,

waynerr
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Hello again Everyone,

I have done very little with the system. I have added nothing to the new partition (E:). Do you think that deleting E: and recreating it will take care of things, or create more problems.

As I see it, E: is mapped to D:, but C: has no knowledge of E:. Something has to be done. I am just not sure what.

Any advice you can offer will be taken Very Gratefully.

Thank You,

waynerr
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I'm curious about this program as I have heard about it. What is the benefit in creating more harddrive partitions? Just for the sake of organization?
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