Watch demo how to change driver Letter
Some operating systems assign letters such as C:, D:, … to hard disk partitions at startup. They are used by application and operating system to locate files on partitions. Connecting an additional disk, as well as creating or deleting a partition on existed disks, might change your system configuration. As a result, some applications might stop working or user files cannot be opened. Then you can use MiniAide Fat32 Formatter to Change Driver Letter to avoid this situation.
To change a drive letter:
1. Select a disk and a partition.
2. Click Partitions -> Change drive letter.
3. Specify the drive letter you want to assign to the partition, in the new drive letter- drop down list.
4. Click ‘OK’.
5. Click ‘Apply’, then “Yes’.
The new partition structure will be graphically represented in the main window of MiniAide Fat32 Formatter. The Change Drive Letter function can only be used in Windows.