Since there is no downside to this issue this is why you don't see it addressed. What harm is there to this being shown as such?
It's like those DVD drives that show as CD drives. The video DVD plays fine in spite of that cosmetic error.
Yes, I know today's newer to PC crowd wants such things fixed but the truth is ugly. Microsoft left non-fatal issues unresolved.
I'm new to these forums. I've checked around for an answer, but no-one seems to have experienced this exact problem.
I have 2 internal hard drives: one containing Windows XP (C: drive) and the other simply containing video files (J: drive). At one point the J: drive did contain a copy of Windows XP so my system had 2 copies of Windows XP running (one on each drive). The J: drive was subsequently formatted but still shows as a System drive in Disk Management. The J: now only contains video files.
Is there a way to get Windows XP to acknowledge this?