How do I change the letter of a disk?

For some reason, the Drive F: on my computer is suddenly called Drive G:. I’m not quite sure how it happened, but I want to change it back as I have a number of batch files that aren’t working now. Where can I do this?

You can easily swap drive letters around on Windows, using a tool called Disk Management that ships with Windows. Here’s how you do this:

Click Start, right-click My Computer and select Manage to bring up the Computer Management application. In the window’s left pane, beneath the Storage heading, select Disk Management.

In a few seconds, you will be shown a ap showing all the different Disks you have and other details about them. Right-click the drive you want to change and select Change Drive Letter and Paths.

You can now change the drive letter to the one you want. Pretty simple huh? Much easier than finding the right rv insurance for you, isn’t it?

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