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Change Driver Letter

Some operating systems assign letters (C:, D:, ... to hard disk partitions at startup. They are used by application and operating system to locate files on partitions.

Connecting an additional disk, as well as creating or deleting a partition on exist disks, might change your system configuration. As a result, some applications might stop working or user files cannot be opened. To avoid this, you can change partition letters assigned by an operation system.

To change a drive letter:

1. Select a disk and a partition.

2. Click Partitions -> Change drive letter.

3. Specify the drive letter you want to assign to the partition, in the new drive letter-drop down list.

4. Click OK.

Note:

The new partition structure will be graphically represented in the main window of EaseUS Partition Master.

The Change Drive Letter function can only be used in Windows.