I was just about to try that but checked each partition again, first. It gets worse; the three partitions have changed again, going round one place. They must be being re named during the startup process. But how......?
Try Administrative Tools, Computer Management and select Disk Management. I've not tried this to change drive letters but I believe you can do this.
-----Original Message----- From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Gerry Winskill Sent: 30 August 2006 21:07 To: JHB AIRLINES Subject: [jhb_airlines] How Did That Happen
Having persuaded my PC to reboot, I've used it only for Email and internet access. I lie; this evening I ran Servinfo, just to see how many of you more fortunate s.ds were on line. Just loading the list took the temperature up to 65 deg C. I digress. Since I can't get to run FS9 and since FPI is entering Limbo, I decided to move the many ATOC aircraft out of the Aircraft folder and into a temporary ATOC Hangar. Which is when I hit the unnatural occurrence. The partitions on my second drive had all been re named. D is now E. E is now F. F is now D. How did that happen and is there a way of re naming the partitions, before tomorrows arrival of the USB 2 External Drive allows me to do a system backup?