Change drive letter for Windows 2003 Server boot disk

I just installed Windows 2003 server on a Dell 840 server with a SAS5 controller with a mirrored pair of 250gig drives as the disk volume.  When completed, everything was fine EXCEPT the drive letter assigned was F, and Windows wo't let me change that because it is a boot/system volume.  Can someone tell me how to change this drive letter assignment back tot he expected C:?  Levaing it as F will cause lots of confusion now and int the future, I'm afraid.  Thanks in advance for your help!
dkreinesAsked:
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Obi WanFixerUpperCommented:
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
The only real option is to re-install - make sure you disconnect all external drives before re-installing
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rindiCommented:
Also use the Dell OpenManage DVD that came with the server when re-installing the OS.
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noxchoGlobal Support CoordinatorCommented:
Reinstall it and make sure that during reinstallation that none of the devices is using your C: drive letter. Otherwise you will get the same trouble.
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dnilsonCommented:
WARNING - BOTH of jamielive3011 links clearly warn you they will only work properly if the drive letter unexpectedly changed after install,  NOT in the case where you installed it as F: inadvertantly

In your case these procedures may well render the Fisk unbootable

It can be done, but the time and complexity to get EVERYTHING. changed back doesn't make sense

Reinstall takes how long, and the you are SURE?
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