Question Windows created partitions after re-installing windows, can I hide/remove these?

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To remove/change a drive letter, right click on the specific partition. Select "Change drive letter or path" to do that.

Disk 0:
Remove the drive letter E from the first partition.
Remove the drive letter F from the rightmost partition.
Change the Drive letter A to something else. A and B should not really be used.

Disk 1:
Remove the drive letter D from the first partition.
Remove the drive letter G from the rightmost partition.
 

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