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Renaming disks: from D: to F:

Super User Asked by user2925716 on December 20, 2020

How do I rename in Windows 8 disk label from D: to A:, say ?
I do know how to rename the label from KINGSTON to USB say, though.

One Answer

Drive letters are a very different thing from filesystem labels.

Graphical interface: Run diskmgmt.msc, right-click the volume and select "Change drive letters and paths".

Command line: Run diskpart, select the disk and partition, then use the assign command.

Correct answer by user1686 on December 20, 2020

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