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How do I change the drive letters on my drives in win2k?

Posted on 2001-06-03
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quick question...
Where do I go to change the drive letter assignment of my CD drives.
Also, is there a way to change them for HD partitions?

thanx
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Same place for both partitions and cd drives. Start, programs, administrative tools, computer management, disk management. Rick click on drive and choose the option to assign drive letter.
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Or if you like to save a few mouse clicks - right click My Computer Click "Manage" you will see disk management listed.  Same as above but saves time.
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