I've got a multiboot system with Win 2000 SP4 on each.
REcently, I decided to add Linux, so I repartitioned two USB drives as
USB-1: Logical drive O (NTFS), followed by a Linux ext3
USB-2: Logical drive P (NTFS), followed by a Linux Swap partition.
On all but 1 of the OS, the drive letters are as desired, but on one:
1. Looking at My Computer, S is also assigned to the P drive.
2. Looking at Disk Management, only the S is shown.
Is it safe to take the HKLM\System\MountedDevices key from one of the
properly behaving OS, and import into the misbehaving OS?
Or do those keys get automatically reconfigured each time I reboot?
If not, how do I fix this?
The difference between the misbehaving OS and the others is the misbehaving
OS was installed OVER Win 98, whilst the others were clean installs.