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Posted by: johannes_de_jong (Guest), October 10th, 2009, 5:55am
my stationnumber for my hard disk is changed from D to F and from my cdromstation  from F to D without doing anything ,my question is how can i change it back to harddisk :D and cdrom player :F my system is XP prof.
Posted by: Cassandra, October 11th, 2009, 3:06am; Reply: 1

I guess that by "stationnumber" you mean what I call the drive letter.

Log onto Windows with an administrator account.  Go into Control Panel|Administrative Tools|Computer Management|Storage|Disk Management.  Right click on the current D: which is supposed to be F:.  Go to "Change Drive Letter and Paths".  Change D: to some unused drive letter, maybe Q:  (I don't remember if you have to log off or reboot to make this take effect.  If you do, the machine will no doubt tell you.)

Now the letter D is free.  Go to the current F: which is supposed to be D:, right click as above, and change it to D:.

After you have done that, go to the current Q:, which was D: a few minutes ago and is supposed to be F:, and right click and change to F:, as above.

You should be finished.

Good luck.
Posted by: johannes_de_jong (Guest), October 11th, 2009, 3:50pm; Reply: 2
dear Sir
thank you very much, it was very clear and solved all the problems ,i am very happy with your answer and solution
great regards
Johannes de jong
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