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    Drive Letter Designation Problem

    I picked up a CDRW for my laptop, removed the floppy drive, and now have the CDRom and CDRW as D: and E: - so how do I tell MediaCar that my USB DVD is now F: since F: is not an option in the MC setup menu??? ? Can I "rename" drives somehow in XP Pro? Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Altimat
    I picked up a CDRW for my laptop, removed the floppy drive, and now have the CDRom and CDRW as D: and E: - so how do I tell MediaCar that my USB DVD is now F: since F: is not an option in the MC setup menu??? ? Can I "rename" drives somehow in XP Pro? Thanks,
    Mike
    Drive letter designations can be adjusted in the computer management mmc console window. You can get to that by right clicking on my computer, and chosing manage. Then go to disk management, right click on the cdrom, and it should have the option of "change drive letter and paths".

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    Thanks will try that!
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