Windows is now drive F: instead of Drive C:
I dual-boot Windows XP with Ubuntu. Always have. (All Flavors. Currently Feisty Fawn.)
I have always Installed Windows first. Then Linux. And as you know, Grub is then automatically installed to the MBR and you get your boot options.,Windows or Ubuntu.
SO..In the past, Windows always identified itself as C: but now is showing as F:
Windows is on my 120Gig IDE master. Ubuntu is on my 20Gig IDE slave.
The problem that I'm having is that when trying to install hardware like an HP printer, I'm getting errors that tell me that the installation files are looking for, but not finding C:. So the installation can never complete.
The last time that I reformatted my 120gig Windows drive, I chose to keep Ubuntu on my 20gig slave, so naturally Windows rewrote the MBR.
This time, I used 'Suber Grub Disk' to reinstall Grub to MBR. I'm thinking that this might be the problem. (Why has C: now become F)