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so I got a new hard drive yesterday because the other one die, but now my local disk name is I: instead of C: I didn't notice until I try installing the drivers and they couldn't find the local disk. Just wanted to know if I can change it back to C: or this doesn't matter at all?
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Core i3 4160 Gigabyte Z97-HD3 G.Skill Ripjaws Seagate Barracuda 
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Right Click on My Computer and click manage

Click Disk Management

Right Click on HDD, and click change drive letter and paths...

You can only change it if its not your boot volume..
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