Quote: Originally Posted by patio
Then you need to free up some drive letters so I becomes available again...
Remove any USB thumb drives and/or your card reader...
A screenshot of Disk Management would be helpful.
I haven't made the situation clear.
Here are the instructions I've been following (the procedure is marginally different for Windows 7 but it's easy to work it out.) Right click on My Computer, select Manage, then under the Storage option
select Disk Management.
Now in the right hand pane right click on the Drive or Partition that you
change and select Change Drive Letter and Paths.
Then click the Change button and pick a letter from the pull down list.
The problem is that I is not on the pull down list, and there is no option to enter a letter of your own. I is NOT in use. But there's no way to PUT it in use that I can see.
Now the hard disk on this new machine is so huge that I could very easily create a partition, if I could name it I:, and put all the music on it--do you know if that's possible?