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Drive Vol changed from C to D. How to fix?

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Hi, I was repairing my Windows 2000 Server and Vol C is now Vol D.  I need to fix as the Vol D is where all the data resides.
Windows 2000 Svc Pack 4. P4-1.8 - 3 gigs ram
Hard Drive (vol c) - 25gb - (vol d) 200 gb.
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Hi,

Do this: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/223188

Regards,
Faraz H. Khan
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