After Windows system installation is complete, we usually assign letter for each hard disk partition. Occasionally you may want to change the drive letter for your local hard disk partition, removable USB flash drive, or CD-ROM. Now this post will show you how to change disk drive letter in Windows 10 with two different methods.
Step 2: Right click on the volume for which you want to change drive letter, and then select Change Drive Letter and Paths from the context menu.
Step 3: Highlight the drive letter and click the Change button.
Step 4: Click the drop-down button following "Assign the following drive letter", then select one letter from the drop-down menu, and click OK.
Step 5: You will be prompted with the following warning. Click Yes to continue. If you have some programs that rely on an absolute path to the drive, you will need to change the drive letter on the path to the drive in the program to the letter you selected.
Step 6: Then from the Disk Management or from the File Explorer you will see the drive letter of the disk partition is changed to the new letter you selected.
Step 2: Type diskpart and press Enter.
Step 3: Type list volume and press Enter to list all volumes.
Step 4: Type select volume <volume number>, and press Enter to select the volume.
Step 5: Type assign letter =<new letter> and press Enter key to assign a new drive letter to the volume.