Hello insu, Welcome to the Forum.Hi! How can I assign a drive letter to drive that is formatted as WBFS? Windows finds the drive and says its unformatted, its ok but I need a drive letter to the drive so I can connect to the drive with cmd! :huh:
This sounds a bit easy, but how about you format the drive to NTFS giving it a letter and then format it to WBFSHi, thnx for the quick answer. But I need a letter to get the program to find the wbfs-drive.
This is what I was talking about in my last post, Unless you can use the WBFS manager to assign a drive letter, you need to format the drive to NTFS or FAT32 (Primary Partition) with windows giving it a letter and then use the WBFS manager to format it back to WBFSThe drive is allready formatted to wbfs, so Vista cant find it and give it a letter. I can find it in discmanager or what its called, but there I have only one option to formate it!