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I have an SQLCE database which is stored my pen drive. Whenever I plug my pen drive into my computer I would like it to always mount to Y:. The reason for choosing Y: is because it is unlikely that the computers I work with will have any other device mounted to Y:.

Is there any way to force my computer to mount my pen drive to Y:?

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You can manually assign your pen-drive to Y: using the steps below:

  • Right Click on Computer.
  • Select Manage.
  • Select Disk Management (make sure your pen-drive is plugged in so you can see it in the right-hand pane).
  • Right Click your pen-drive.
  • Click Change Drive Letter and Paths.
  • On the popup, click the existing letter and click Change.
  • On the next popup, select the drive letter Y and press OK.
  • Press YES on the warning window, and you are done.
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I did same above but it is not working all the machine so have to do for all the machine..thank you.. –  Jitendra Jadav Feb 27 '13 at 7:30
    
It is per machine, yes. –  voth1234 Feb 27 '13 at 7:36
    
@JitendraJadav: Drive letter assignment is not stored on the drive itself, it is an OS function. –  Karan Feb 27 '13 at 7:37

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