Hard drive listed as (I:)

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This may or may not work... but worth a shot.

Right click on "My Computer"
Choose "Manage"
Under "Storage" click on "Disk Management"
Right click in the box to the right of the disk you want to change. It should say Windows ** (I:) in it.
Choose "Change Drive Letter and Paths"
Click on "Change"
Choose what ya want.
 
If you installed Windows on drive I:, then you can't simply change the drive letter to C: and hope that it works. Fortunately Windows is smart enough not to let you change it for a system or boot disk.
 
If you installed Windows on drive I:, then you can't simply change the drive letter to C: and hope that it works. Fortunately Windows is smart enough not to let you change it for a system or boot disk.

If you installed on drive C: and the drive letter changed after the initial installation, then follow this procedure: http://support.microsoft.com/?scid=kb%3Ben-us%3B223188&x=21&y=14. Make sure that you fully understand what issue this procedure resolves.