Originally posted by turtile
If you have any of the things on the disk you mentioned (from windows), you can not change the drive letter.
I have two physical drives. From "C" drive everything is normal
but from "D" drive (used by my daughter) the drive is identified as "F" and cannot be changed.
What is the explanation why it is correct from one drive and incorrect from another,
what do you mean "any of the things"?
System: A8N-SLI motherboard, BIOS version 1016.001 4200+ CPU, twin 7800GT video, 2GB PC3200 RAM/ Audigy 2ZS patinum Audio and two 200 GB Matrox SATA drives.