Re: Forgotten Password Wizard won't recognize my CD drive
Regarding the following message: I now realize that the F:, G:, H: and I:
drives are the card readers. But my problem remains.
"David Mayerovitch" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I'm running Vista Home Premium. I want to create a password reset disk
> using a CD. My CD/DVD/RW drive is E:. Windows Explorer also shows four
> other available drives: F:, G:, H: and I:. (I don't know why they are
> there, as there are no physical drives associated with them.)
> When I run the Forgotten Password Wizard, which is supposed to allow me to
> create a password reset disk on a CD or a USB key, I am presented with a
> dropdown list for choosing the drive on which I wish to create the disk.
> However, the options in the list are only F:, G:, H: and I:. When I select
> one of them, I am prompted to insert a password reset disk in the drive.
> Since there are no physical drives associated with any of these, I can't
> do this.
> When I insert a USB key, it shows up as drive J: in the dropdown list, and
> I could presumably use that USB key as my password reset disk. But I want
> to use a CD.
> Can anyone tell my why the Forgotten Password Wizard is not recognizing my
> E: R/W drive as an available drive for creating the disk? And what can I
> do about it?