can i change drive letters of my hard drive

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is there a way to change drive letters of my hard drive
for example i want C:,D:,G:
 

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yes and no... some things can be changed, some can't -- what exactly do you want to do?
If you want to have three partitions (or three hard drives) in one machine, and have them C, D & G with no E & F... I'm not sure how that can be done...:(
you can play with what letter your CD-ROM/DVD/Burner is assigned to etc, but I think those come in effect after the hard drive/partitions take the first available letters...
One way is to make small partitions (say a couple of megabytes), have them be in NTFS, and put those as E & F... I don't think you'd see them in Win9x/ME, but they would still be reserved and you could have your jump from D to G... that's WAY too messy though:)
 

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Haven't went into it for quite a while, but maybe TweakUI? Again, very unsure.

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A and B are always set aside for floppy drives, C is always for your hdd, So you can have c and D, but why do you want G?
 

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