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30 Dec 2010  
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate

Hello Chris H.

To get a letter 'not' C: you must have installed Windows 7 from within Vista and didn't boot from the Windows 7 installation disk; unfortunately there is no successful way to change the drive letter for a Windows "System" partition and if you did manage it there would be all sorts of issues following; when you installed programs/apps they were created to use the "Letter F:" and that can't be changed short of a Windows reinstall.
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