There are several ways to change the drive letter in Windows, so let's start with the simplest:
Using the Disk Management utility
- You need to hold down "Win + R" and in the "Run" window enter diskmgmt.msc, and then click OK.
- Next, you must select the drive for which the letter will be changed, right-click on it and select "Change Drive Letter and Paths ..." from the context menu.
- Then click on the "Change" button.
- Next, you need to select the required drive letter and click "OK".
Using the "DISKPART" utility
- You need to hold down "Win + R" and in the "Run" window enter cmd, and then click OK.
- Enter the command "diskpart" and press "Enter". Then a new window will open.
- Use the "list volume" command to get information about the logical volumes on the disk and their numbers. For example, let's select drive C, which has number 1.
- Select the logical disk using the "select volume [number]" command.
- Assign a new letter using the command "assign letter=[letter]"