Jun 01, 2009 Changing drive letter of System volume under XP by edenney February 2, 2007 9: 57 AM PST There might be a very easy solution to this one or none at all, save for reinstalling XP windows xp change drive letter system boot volume Dec 21, 2012 Hi, The drive letter of my bootactive Win7 partition should be C: , but in my case it isn't; the bootactive partition drive letter is F. I've tried to move heaven and earth to change the drive letter of the boot partition but nothing works.
Jan 07, 2009 Note: In these steps, drive D refers to the (wrong) drive letter assigned to a volume, and drive C refers to the (new) drive letter you want to change to, or to assign to the volume. Make a full system backup of the computer and system state. Log on as an Administrator. Start Regedt32. exe (or Regedit. exe in Windows XP). windows xp change drive letter system boot volume
Modify Drive Letter of System Volume Or Boot Volume I wish to rename my System volume from D: to C: , I would like to acomplish this without screwing up Windows. Thanks in advanced! How can the answer be improved? Jul 26, 2005 Home Forums Operating Systems Windows XP here to join today! If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. change the drive letter of boot volume. Discussion in 'Windows XP Here is the MSKB article that references boot drive letters and how to change them. crjdriver, Jul 25 windows xp change drive letter system boot volume May 05, 2010 Solved: How can i change the system volume drive letter? Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Lanks, Apr 30, 2010. Apr 18, 2004 You CANNOT change the drive letter of the System drive letter in Windows XP as its hard coded in certain areas and through Windows Product Activation. In this case, however, I received a dialog box with the following message: Windows cannot modify the drive letter of your system volume or boot volume. After a little research, I discovered the Microsoft article How to restore the systemboot drive letter in Windows. This article provided the steps I needed to correct the problem. Feb 27, 2005 I just rebuilt my XP Pro SP2 system, and for some strange reason the boot volume, which should normally be drive letter C is actually drive letter G in the rebuilt system.