Can you explain that a bit more?
Which disk is XP installed on?
Some software, (Adobe as an example I believe), insist on installing to the C drive. There is little we can do about that.
Hi all,I hope you can help me,when I fitted a new hard drive and loaded it from scratch, Windows XP assigned the letter H as the drive letter, I was obviously not paying enough attention.
This was not a problem until I wanted to load some software,in particular Winfast DTV2000, which needs to load only to C:/.(which did not exist)
I also had few other software problems also appear.
Windows XP will not allow its software to change the drive letter for the system disk.
I attempted to load Paragon Partition Magic which I have used in the past, but this too said it would only load to C:/(which did not exist)
Is my only choice to format and fdisk?