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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Assigning Permanent Letter To A Drive Using Command Prompt | Windows 10

If you want a more user friendly way to assign a permanent letter to a drive, I will recommend you reading the post here.
Else, follow the guide below to use the Command Prompt to letter to a drive in Windows 10

  1. Insert the drive into your computer and after Windows have loaded it into the File Explorer, open Command Prompt.
    To open Command Prompt, open the Start menu and then type CMD and then right-click on the Run as administrator option.

     
  2. When the Command Prompt opens, type in diskpart and then hit the Enter key.
     
  3. Next type int list volume and hit the Enter key. This command will list all the drive attached to your computer the the
     
  4. Next type in volume 3 and hit the Enter key.
    Note that when you execute step 3, Command Prompt will list all the drive attached to your computer and assign them a valume number as their identifier. So in the step, what am asking you to type in is the valume number of the drive you want to assign a permanent letter to as listed in Command Prompt in step 3.
     
  5. Once you have done step 4, now its time to assign the permant letter.
    To do that, simply type in assign letter=P if you want the permanent letter to be the letter P and then hit the Enter key for the last time.



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