Will Changing my DVD Drive Letter from E to D Cause any Problems?
I have an XPS 8300 desktop and an XPS 17 laptop, both running Windows 7.
The desktop hard drive has 2 parititions: C, E, and F. The DVD drive is D, its orginal location.
The laptop is brand new, with only the standard factory software installed. It has 2 hard drives, C and D, with the DVD at E.
For work, i need to transfer projects back and forth between the 2 computers, so Ineed to have my data and programs in the same partitions on both systems. Are there likely to be any problems if I swap the letters of the DVD drive and 2nd HDD on the new laptop - to D for the DVD, and E for the HDD? The HDD is empty, so nothing is currently "connected" to that letter.