|01 Aug 2012||#1|
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Named primary partition as B drive
So I did not know that programs still recognize A and B drives as floppy. Since my old Vista partition was C: I named my Windows 7 partition B:
Now I can't install/update half the programs.
Is there any way that I can rename the B: drive? If not, can I move it (windows 7, boot files, etc) to my other partition X: which is (empty) and bigger than B:?
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