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Windows 7: Change Driver Letters in Windows 7

29 Sep 2010   #11
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Brink View Post
Sorry. but by default, the currently started Windows has always been the C: partition. It cannot be changed from within Windows. Attempting to change the Windows drive/partition letter can render it unbootable.
Not in the RC. It adopted the drive letter that xp originally assigned it. It was never "unbootable".

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