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ASSIGNING DRIVE LETTERS IN NT

By PeeJay ·
To whom it may concern:
I installed a zip drive in my computer. It automatically made it drive Now alot of my shortcuts aren't working because they were on my second hard drive which was , but now is E: How do I make the .zip drive E: and my hard disk back to ?

THANKS

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by dheupel In reply to ASSIGNING DRIVE LETTERS I ...

Use the Iomega Drive letter manager.

If you have an older version of ZIP drive, and/or drivers use the guest utility (I think that is what it is called) to change the drive letter assigned to the Zip drive. If it isn't called guest.exe, there should be a utility in the IomegaWare suite that will allow you to specify a drive letter for the device.

Visit http://www.iomega.com/support/documents/10123.html for more information.

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by Marty2001 In reply to ASSIGNING DRIVE LETTERS I ...

Out of curiosity, when you go to start programs admin tools disk administrator, right click the zip drive - does it let you reassign the drive letter or is this greyed out?

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