How to Assign Drive Letter with CMD and Free Partition Manager


We believe that Windows users know they can make use of the Disk Management utility to manage hard drives like format volume, extend volume, shrink volume, and so on. When it comes to assigning a drive letter, users just need to select the target volume and choose “Change Drive Letter and Path” from the context menu. By following the simple wizard, they can go through all steps quickly and easily.

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But do you know how to assign drive letter with CMD (command prompt)? As we all know, CMD provides the command line window and enables experienced users to quickly fix Windows issues or manage hard drives. To assign, change, or remove a drive letter, you can simply type the corresponding commands and CMD will do it for you.

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