I have installed a second hard disk..It automatically uses D:.
Can I change this as my primary hard disk uses D: and E:
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>Can I change this as my primary hard disk uses D: and E:
My computer came with one hard drive (C:) and one CDROM (D:), and a lot of
programs installed. In addition, I have installed several more CDROM
programs. Now, I added a second hard drive and partitioned it into two
partitions. Unfortunately, now my CDROM drive letter is F: and my CD
programs won't work. I'd like to move my CDROM drive letter back to D:. I
am looking for a utility which will swap my F: CDROM drive letter with my
D: drive, so that my CDROM will be on drive D: and my hard drives will be
C:, E:, and F:.
Yes, I know that I can re-install the CDROM programs, but that is a lot of
work. A utility as described above would be easier.