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Win 2000 booting on scsi disks

By dlundmark ·
I have four 2 gig scusi hard drives in my system. I have it arranged so that I can boot from either of two by using Adaptec's cntl-A.

They are all ntfs, three basic one dynamic. But my problem seems that the system will not see a c: drive. It will boot on the first drive and read it as d:
I need the drives to be in c:, d:, e: order because of linked programs.
If I boot off the other drive all drive letters are from c: to G: as they should be with the zip and the cdrom at the end (I adjusted the removeable like that). My question is... how can I get the d: to be seen as c I have adjusted all drive letters except the d:)..that one does not change... any suggestions?
Thanks.

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by risksmn In reply to Win 2000 booting on D: sc ...

After booting into win 2000 go to your control panel, under administrative tools, computer management, disk management, where it says your d drive is right click on it, change drive letter, and change it to C: however if this is your primary or system boot drive youll have to delete the drive and let it be rerecognized by win2k and then assign drive letter. I hope this helps

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by dlundmark In reply to Win 2000 booting on D: sc ...

Thank you,

The problem is now solved.

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