So uh...this is annoying

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  1. xanafeyed

    xanafeyed New Member

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    Well this isn't as much of an ipod problem as it is a general computer problem but I figured you guys could help. I have an ext HD set to drive H: in which i keep all of my music and videos. Well I had them all loaded into itunes and i made the mistake of plugging my sisters ipod into my comp while my ext HD was running. This set the ipod to H: and bumped my HD to I:. Well needless to say all of my itunes music are no longer loaded up and all of the *******s I was downloading now are having errors becuase they are trying to finish DLing them to a drive that does not exist. So, is there anyway I can manually set it back to h:?
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    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    To change the drive that it is being labelled as, right click on the drive and click on 'Assign Disk Drive' or something similar to that.
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    xanafeyed New Member

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    Not seeing anything like that. Im on vista btw
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    Joe Rossignol Community Manager Staff Member

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    I'm on Vista too, I wasn't sure if you were.

    1. Open up Control Panel.
    2. On Classic View, select Administrative Tools.
    3. Select Computer Management.
    4. On the left side, select Disk Management.
    5. On the right hand side, your disks/drives will load, showing you C:, D:, E: and so on. Right click on the one you want to change, and select Change Drive Letters and Paths.
    6. Select the Change button.
    7. Label that drive/disk the letter that you would like.
    8. Press OK and then Yes if Vista prompts you with a warning/"are you sure".
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    xanafeyed New Member

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    You are awesome. Thank you very much sir.
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    Your welcome.

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