Windows 10: Help! Local Drive changed from C to F
Help! Local Drive changed from C to F
Can anyone assist me to change a Local drive to C from F? Basically I had trouble with my PC and it kept crashing. Microsoft helped to reset Windows 10 but the Drivers are not the same as they were before. Before they were: C (Local), D, E, F.
But now they are: F (Local), E, G
This also causes an issue with a particular file: PowerDirector 15 file that won't load up my project and is saying that the files are missing. Originally the files were saved under C Drive (Local)
I appreciate if anyone can help me.
A re-install is going to be your best bet. You can't re-assign the drive letter on a boot volume while it is in use. You would need to boot into a recovery disk or partition to do that. Once in the recovery media you would type
- list disk (to get available disks)
- select disk #
- list vol (to get currently available volumes)
- select vol # (for the volume you want to change)
- assign letter=C
The problem with this is you could potentially screw up the whole system if there are any registry paths that are pointing to F:\... for critical files as well as the BCD store may also point to F:\.....
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