How can I assign a drive letter with the Windows XP recovery console?
I've read older post on this question but didn't help me to fix it so I'm asking it here again. I tried to install XP by removing external HD but didn't worked the same error is occurring.
While trying to install Windows XP I faced a new problem:
When I deleted the partition and made a new one the system assigned the drive letter J: to C: and my bootable disk's drive letter became C:. I now get the following error:
This partition is not compatible to install Windows XP.
I'm able to open the Recovery Console, so is it possible to assign the drive letter through it? I'm in big trouble as I also can't install Windows 7.
I had a backup of windows 7 through which I got my system back but the problem is still exist that the setup is showing error continuously with installation of Windows XP.
When I select the C: partition to install XP it gives the error and when trying on J: giving me the same error. While in Windows 7
C: is C: and J: is E:, K: is F:, E: is H:, F: is I:, G: is J:, H: is K:, and the bootable USB is
D: at the time of boot while I've assign it
So now how can I fix it to get rid of from this problem.