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Join Date: Aug 2006
You can try the below solution to fix this problem:
- First of all right click computer under the start tab and select manage
- After that you have to click on the Device manager tab. You will see the exclamation mark in "WPD FileSystem Volume driver software."
- Next you have to click on Disk drives and disable each one until the WPD FileSystem disappears.
- Now here you just have to re-enable all the drives then right click the problem drive and select properties.
- After that you need to click on the volumes tab then select "populate" then note down what Disk number the populate assigned it.
- Now you have to go back to the Computer Management window. On the left side is a folder called Disk Management(under the Storage folder). Select Disk Management.
- Here go to the bottom where there is a list of disks. Right click the disk number you populated for the problem drive and select "Change drive letter and paths.."
- Now you have to assign the drive letter and go back to the Device Manager and the problem will be solved.