Originally posted by: Zozio
I recently got a new hard drive and installed windows on it. After this I found that my main drive is named "H:". I tried to change it to "C:" unsuccessfully under disk mangement: I got a popup that said "Windows cannot modify the drive letter of your system volume or boot volume." Is there a way to get around this? I really don't want to get used to having "H:" as my main drive . Thank you.
You cannot change OS partition drive letter. My drives letters are
D: Windows 2000 Pro SP4
F: Windows XP Pro SP2
H: Windows XP x64 AMD64
The only way to reset it is install only your single hard drive or RAID array that will have to C: partition and one CD device. Remove any other drives, CD/DVD devices, card readers, etc. Anything that is assigned a drive letter and reinstall your OS and apps.
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