Re: Vista changed my floppy drive to drive "B"
The floppy does not show up in the Disk Management Console. I wish it were
only so simple. That was the first thing that I tried.
I know floppies are archaic and aren't used often but sometimes they do
still serve a purpose, just not a very big one anymore.
"David A. Lessnau" wrote:
> I don't even have a floppy, so I have no idea if this works. But, have you
> tried Computer Management | Disk Management, right-clicking on the floppy (I
> assume it shows up there) and telling it to Change Drive Letter and Paths?
> Does it give you the option for A:?
> "George" <George@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> >i have been using Vista Ultimate for quite some time it seems now and
> > suddenly last week I noticed that my floppy drive is now named drive "B".
> > I
> > have checked in my BIOS and that appears to be correct and I can't figure
> > out
> > how to get it back to being drive "A". I know there is little use for them
> > these days but I tried to create a floppy for Seatools to run a diagnostic
> > on
> > one of my Seagate drives and I am told that I don't have a floppy drive. I
> > am
> > sorry but I can't seem to figure out how to change this drive back to
> > being
> > drive "A".