Windows 7 defaults to assigning the letter C: to the primary partition if you let windows 7 handle a raw volume. However, assuming there are no optical/floppy drives, would it be possible to use DiskPart, create the partitions as necessary, and then assign say, letter A:? Would Windows install correctly and be usable?
No, Windows Vista and up always use
For example, if you have two partitions, one with XP and the second with 7 so that you can dual-boot XP and 7, you will see that when you boot into XP, it will still be on
The same is true if you dual-boot Vista and 7 or 7 and another copy of 7; each system will assign
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