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3. Right-click the volume whose drive letter you want to change, and then click Change Drive Letter and Paths. 4. Click Change, and then select the drive letter you want to use. Note
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You can assign drive letters A and B to removable disks, such as Iomega Zip drives, and also to floppy drives. You cannot assign these drive letters to fixed hard disks.
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For information about using DiskPart to change drive letters, see Windows XP Professional Help. You cannot use Disk Management to change the drive letter of the system or boot volumes. Instead, you must change the drive letter by making certain changes in the registry. This procedure is not recommended unless you are changing the drive letter back to the original letter. For more information about changing the drive letter of the system or boot volume, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base link on the Web Resources page at http://www.microsoft.com/ windows/reskits/webresources. Search the Knowledge Base by using the keywords mounted , devices , and partition . For more information about formatting volumes during Setup, see 13, Working with File Systems.
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You can install Windows XP Professional on the following dynamic volumes:
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Any basic volume that was present on the disk when you converted the disk to dynamic by using Windows 2000. Simple volumes on which you run the DiskPart command retain. This command adds a partition entry to the partition table so that you can install Windows XP Professional on the simple volume. Note
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The DiskPart retain command adds an entry to the partition table of an MBR disk only for simple volumes that are contiguous, start at cylinder-aligned offsets, and are an integral number of cylinders in size. If a volume does not meet these requirements, the retain command fails. The following examples describe volumes on which the retain command will succeed:
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The simple volume is contiguous and starts at the beginning of the disk. The simple volume was present on the disk when the disk was converted to dynamic.
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An existing simple volume that is the boot or system volume.
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12:
Disk Management
Caution
Do not install Windows XP Professional on a mirrored system or boot volume. Although the installation completes successfully, Windows XP Professional cannot start because it does not support mirrored volumes.
During a new installation of Windows XP Professional, Setup displays a list of all disks and volumes installed in the computer. However, Setup does not differentiate between basic and dynamic disks, nor does Setup differentiate between installable and noninstallable dynamic volumes. Therefore, before you begin Setup, decide which volume you plan to install Windows XP Professional on, and then ensure that the volume is installable. If you choose a dynamic volume that is not installable, Setup displays a message that the partition is unrecognized and that you cannot install Windows XP Professional on it. Caution
Use caution when deleting volumes during Setup, especially if the computer contains dynamic disks. Deleting a single dynamic volume during Setup deletes all volumes on the disk and converts the disk to basic. As a result, all data on the disk is lost.
If you want to delete a dynamic volume without causing all other dynamic volumes on the disk to become inaccessible, wait for Setup to complete, and then use the Disk Management snap-in to delete the volume. If you try to delete a dynamic volume during Setup, you are warned about this issue before any data is destroyed. You can then choose to continue with the deletion, which deletes all volumes and their data, or cancel the deletion. For more information about installing Windows XP Professional on dynamic volumes, see Converting Basic Disks to Dynamic Disks earlier in this chapter.
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