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My co-workers as a practical joke have taken off my D: Drive from my computers. I see the c drive but I no longer see the D: Drive. It is enabled in the device manager but I am not seeing it on my nor can I get access to it in my computers. It will not play my cds any longer, how can I correct this? I am running XP professional.
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Go into Control Panel->Admin Tools->Computer Mgmt->Disk Mgmt and see if it is in the right panel.  If it is, right-click on it and choose Change Drive Letter and Paths.
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No its not there what do I do?
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Never mind I was able to figure it out with Callandor's help he definitely pointed me in the right direction. Thank You
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Thank you for the help.
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