Thanks Meter 851
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Enschede, The Netherlands
Uh, the Windows install always
displays the drive letter. (Even the pirated ones.) And usually even the name of the drive.
Can you still get to the device manager? If so, it has a partition manager which'll list which drive is which.
If not, boot into BIOS. Check which one is set as the boot device, that one's C:/.
Also, you can
disconnect an internal harddrive.. Just open the door and pull out the cable...
(I always do that on a Windows install to prevent conflicts and potential data loss. (even on my laptop. My Asus grants full hardware access.).)
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