Hollywood January 24, 2011 at 05:31:21 Specs: Windows XP
when I right click on the start button and go to explore, I can't find the drive c on the bottom. There are drives D,E,F,G,H,I, but no C. What would this mean? Is there anyway to get this back? Please help me.
Be aware that there is no absolute requirement for there to be a drive C: The system and boot files can be on any drive, As long as the correct information is stored in the registry, it is not a problem.
If you have done a re-installation of Windows and because of the unpredictable way that Windows allocates drive letters during a re-installation, it is possible to end up with no drive C: at all.
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