I just have too many disk letters and I prefer to mount drives inside
folders. As NTFS will let me do that, I'm just taking advantage of the
2 DISKs (with three partitions) + 1 External Disk (2 partitions) + 1 DVD+RW
I just don't want so many letters (the external hard drive is 1TB so I'm
planning to make more partitions too).
Anyway, it shouldn't break anything mounting a drive in a directory instead
of having letters (it's the way all unix systems work).
"Richard Urban" wrote:
> Why would you remove drive letter assignments. Are you actively trying to
> break your computer.
> There are many thing you can do to screw up an operating system. It doesn't
> mean you should.
> Richard Urban
> Microsoft MVP Windows Shell/User
> (For email, remove the obvious from my address)
> "Diego" <Diego@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > Hi,
> > if you go to properties under a disk drive -> tools and then click check
> > now
> > it opens a windows to check disk errors.
> > Now, if you go to windows computer managment -> disk managment and remove
> > all letter assigments for a drive (be careful which drive you pick!, if
> > you
> > don't know this just don't do it) and then mount a volume in an empty
> > directory in other drive.
> > Then (without having any letter assigments for a drive) go to disk
> > properties and try to check disk errors in the tools tab, it will not open
> > the check errors window :-(.
> > Does it happen to you too? I guess the disk error checking program ask for
> > a
> > letter to work :-(.