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Current version by: jayeff ,

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Hi @jaimierae ,
 
Try assigning a new drive letter to the drive and see if it resolves the problem
 
Open Disk Management''Disk Management'' (right click your Start Button and select link) [br]
Open Disk Management''Disk Management'' (right click your Start Button and select link) [br]
 
Right click that drive and choose ''Change drive letter and paths'' [br]
 
 
Click on ''Change'' , choose an appropriate letter, OK[br]
 
 
Then restart your PC.
 
If it has resolved the problem you should be able to change it back to E by using the same procedure

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Original post by: jayeff ,

Text:

Hi @jaimierae ,

Try assigning a new drive letter to the drive and see if it resolves the problem

Open Disk Management (right click your Start Button and select link) [br]

Right click that drive and choose ''Change drive letter and paths'' [br]

Click on ''Change'' , choose an appropriate letter, OK[br]

Then restart your PC.

If it has resolved the problem you should be able to change it back to E by using the same procedure

Status:

open