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Get Your Missing Drive Letter Back in Windows 10/8 /7

Get Your Missing Drive Letter Back in Windows 10/8 /7

Get Your Missing Drive Letter Back in Windows 10/8 /7

Geeks - If you have a drive on your computer that is missing its drive letter, you can easily fix the issue by following these steps:


Open the Start menu and type "Disk Management" in the search box. Click on the "Create and Format Hard Disk Partitions" option that appears in the search results.


In the Disk Management window, right-click on the drive that is missing its drive letter and select the "Change Drive Letter and Paths" option.


In the Change Drive Letter and Paths window, click on the "Change" button.


In the Change Drive Letter window, select a new drive letter from the drop-down menu and click on the "OK" button.


The drive should now have its drive letter restored, and you should be able to access it normally.


If you're still having trouble accessing the drive, you may need to restart your computer for the changes to take effect. If the issue persists, it's possible that there may be a problem with the drive itself, in which case you may need to run a disk repair utility to fix it.





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