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I have a dual booted laptop with Ubuntu and windows 10. After the installation and fixing some boot error, when I boot into Windows 10 and open file explorer, "System Reserved" partition is marked with "D:" drive path. I think deleting the drive path may cause some boot errors so, is there any method to hide the partition from file explorer without causing errors?

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The SYSTEM drive, never has a drive letter by default. Open disk management

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right click on SYSTEM partition and select Change Drive Letters and Paths

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and now click on Remove

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