Quote: Originally Posted by DoktoR
Thanks for the answer.
I tried to do that before, but I couldn't assign a letter because that partition is marked as "primary".
C: "Logical" Boot
- "Primary" System
I think it should be like that:
C: "Primary" Boot
But I don't know how to change that.... =(
Thanks for your attention.
I think you are right! Here is what my partitions look like: Attachment 20928
I have added a couple partitions to show the "Boot" partition, C:/, and Image BkUp H:/ are "Primary" partitions. Any additional partitions after three are "Logical" inside of an "Extended" partition (the green part).
You probably should not change the drive letter of the C:/ drive because it is the "System" partition where the OS is running. However you should be able to edit the drive letters of the other partitions.
You may know this already, but I wish to have clear communication because you indicated your C:/ is a "Logical" partition. If so, this may be the source of your difficulty. Let us know if we understand correctly or not?
Edit: Note: If your "personal data" is inside a "system" partition: "System" partitions can be "hidden". Un-hiding it by marking it "Active" will not affect the data inside.