|27 Mar 2011||#1|
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Change drive letters
I have a dual boot system for Vista & Win 7. Each OS has their own hard disk drive. I unplugged the Vista drive while installing Win 7.
In Vista the drive letters for Win 7 HD are J:, K:, M:, and N: when I boot into Win 7
the drive letters are F:, D:, C:, and E:. (M: becomes C
I tried to change the letters to J, K, & N with partition tool but those letters are not made available. Do I need unplug the Vista drive and change the letters with only Win 7 running.
I want to use files in these partitions from both Vista and Win 7 for the time being but if the letters are different I run into a problem. Any ideas.
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