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right click my compuiter and go to manage, make sure the drive is not just in an 'unassigned' state.

We had a similar issue that occured due to my diskpart script running

select volume 0
assign letter=z noerr
exit

on a system that does not detect the cd drive as volume 0 and was atttempting to assign volume 1 and 2 in order of detection. Are you doing anything up front with your partitioning activities that attempts to set drive letters?

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right click my compuiter and go to manage, make sure the drive is not just in an 'unassigned' state.

We had a similar issue that occured due to my diskpart script running

select volume 0
assign letter=z noerr
exit

on a system that does not detect the cd drive as volume 0 and was atttempting to assign volume 1 and 2 in order of detection. Are you doing anything up front with your partitioning activities that attempts to set drive letters?

But how to use this script

Please help me

Its urgent

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If you just want to know how to run this script, use the following command:

diskpart /s script.txt

U mean use this command in runonceEx & use above script as script.txt

Is this right otherwise explane in details Please

THANKS FOR INFO

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I don't think so. What iamtheky is saying is that he got similar problems than yours when he was using this diskpart script that assigns z: letter to drive 0 (CD), and system was reasigning the rest of the drive letters because of that. He is only pointing to a possible cause.

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I don't think so. What iamtheky is saying is that he got similar problems than yours when he was using this diskpart script that assigns z: letter to drive 0 (CD), and system was reasigning the rest of the drive letters because of that. He is only pointing to a possible cause.

Then What is the proper solution

Please give me detailed Explanation it's urgent

THANKS IN ADVANCE

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Don't know what's the cause. But I'll try to use diskpart to assure the system detects CD-ROM volume and if this happens to try to assign a letter to that, this way:

1. Run 'cmd 'or open a console

2. Run 'C:\>diskpart'

3. Run 'DISKPART>list volume' , and notice wether diskpart see the CD-ROM or not, and if it has a letter assigned.

If it see CD-ROM but don't have letter assigned do:

1. Run 'DISKPART>select volume #' ,with # as you CD-ROM vol number as listed previously.

2. Run 'DISKPART>assign'

3. Run 'DISKPART>list volume' to check.

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