Network Disks and Removable Disks

I purchased and installed two 2 Terrabyte Disks, for a Windows 7 Pro computer.

In the Disk Manager they show up as per the attached .jpg called 'DiskManagement1.jpg', which provides access the several drives that 1 approximately 1.00 GB and are called E:, G:, H: and J: while what is important is Disks F: and I:

This in turn shows up under "Computer" as per the.jpg called Diskmanagement2.jpg

Is there any way to make E:, G:, H: and J: NOT SHOW UP under "Computer" ?
Shows screen shot of "Disk Management"Shows screen shot of "Computer"
Help, as always is appreciated.

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If you right-click on them in Disk Manager you can delete the drive letters.
please clarify what you hope to achieve.

You can as other pointed out unassign a letter from a drive at which point it will not be listed as available, it would might be listed as a grey ....

In windows, so long as a drive is formated, windows will automatically mount it unless the type precludes it from being mounted.

I.e. if you partition and format it, usually windows will auto assign a drive letter to it.....
"In windows, so long as a drive is formated, windows will automatically mount it unless the type precludes it from being mounted." - that makes it sounds as though drive letter removal does not work - of course it does and this setting survives reboots and all.
"it would might be listed as a grey ...." - no.
Biggles1Author Commented:
This worked great
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