|10 Sep 2010||#1|
How do I change drive letters in Win 7?
I have two HDDs installed.
No. 1 is split to two partitions - one for OS and programmes (currently C and the second for Data (currently E.
No. 2 is not partitioned and is used for backups (currently D.
Its a small point but, logically, D: and E: should be the other way round. Whilst using XP, it was a simple job to change drive letters but I cannot see how to do this in Win 7 Home Premium 64bit.
Can anyone help please?
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