|06 Jan 2010||#1|
Drive Letters changed after Windows 7 Pro install.
Hi, First time poster but have been lurking for quite awhile. Decided to install Windows 7 Pro today but when the install completed, I noticed my drive letters were out of order.
Previously, my partition drives when running Vista Home Premium were
Now its automatically changed to
My HP Recovery partition jumped down the list and changed from D to F and shifted the letters of the other drives as well. I have no idea why it changed on its own as I only installed Windows 7 in drive C. The Recovery drive is the 2nd fullest driver on my HD behind C Drive.
Is this normal? Is there a fix for such a thing? Thanks in Advance.
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|06 Jan 2010||#2|
Open Disk Management by clicking on the Start orb and typing disk management, then press Enter.
Right click on the F: drive and select Change Drive Letter and Paths..
Make F:, G:, to make room so you can re-arrange the other two.
Make E: F:
Make D: E:
Make G: D:
You should not have
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