My home system changes quite often, particularly, drive letters get reassigned.
e.g. My large volume of music is on (Neptune) K:\music. That's where Windows media player expects it, today.
Is there a way to tell Windows Media player (or any program) to look on a drive by its label, Neptune, vs by its letter K: which will change tomorrow?
I tried in Disk Management, but the letter K: is now neither used nor available. It's not in explorer. I see it, in DM, as a sort of blank. I changed its drive letter to Z: then mine to K:. But I'm afraid I'll use up all my drive letters quickly this way.
Otherwise I'm obliged to tell WMP the new letter, whatever Windows picks, and it takes quite a while to reindex all that data that hasn't actually changed.