Wrong Drive Letter listed in View Settings


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I have 2 harddrives, both with Vista on them. One is drive C the main HD of the PC and drive F which I installed, Vista was already installed on it. I added an entry for the F drive but then when I go to View Settings, it shows the 2 entries, one for the C drive then one for a U drive and U was never a drive option when adding an entry.

When I boot it just boots into my normal Vista drive, never gives me the boot menu. Im assuming because there is no drive U so it doesnt detect another OS and boots normal.

Ive undone it and redone it with same results, using EasyBCB1.7.2.

Why is it doing this and how can I fix it?



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Hi Tony, welcome to NST.
EasyBCD uses drive U, not to indicate U:\, but U for Unknown, Undefined.
Go to "Change Settings" and alter the drive of your 2nd Vista to the correct letter (as seen by Vista number 1), then hit the "save" button.