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Windows 7: Drive letter issue in Windows 7

01 Jul 2015   #1
Hella737

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Drive letter issue in Windows 7

Hi,
I have two (2) Windows 7 Ultimate installations on my PC.
I have two installs because I need one particular setup for video editing resource purposes.

In boot #2 I have following letters: (For Video Editing)
C - Data and FSX (For General data and Flight Simulator)
B - The Boot drive for current Windows Ultimate 7
E - Boot drive for the other Windows Ultimate 7
D - Video Authoring Drive
F - Main Media Drive
The highlighted Drive letter should be switched.

In boot #1 I have following drive letters: (For business software)
C - Current OS Boot drive
B - Secondary Boot drive
D - Video Authoring Drive
E - Data and FSX
F - Main Media Drive
In this boot Drive letters are the way I want them.

In boot option #2 I would like to change Letter E - The other OS Boot drive to C.
And then change Drive letter C to E - Data and FSX.
In the disk manager I am not allowed toe change letter C.
Is there another way to do this?

This issue has no real practical causes, all is running ok.
I just would like to have same Drive letter listing in both Boots, if this is possible.

Is this possible....?

Thank you.


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01 Jul 2015   #2
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Windows by default assigns C to the boot partition (where loaded Windows' folder is found). It is considered a fault to have a different drive letter (happens on screwed up installations/failed clone attempts)
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