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    Can I change my SSD from an N Drive to an H drive?

    I had an SSD last year that I installed a lot of games on from Steam, this was attached to my Windows 7 home computer PC and it installed as my N Drive, I have since purchased a brand new WIN10 home computer and when I plugged my SSD into it, the drive had changed from N to H, subsequently, when I went into Steam all my games have now been deactivated, is there any way I can change the letter back to N so all my Steam games reappear, does anyone know please?

    Cheerz. Steve.
    i7 10700k 3.8GHz Eight Core CPU, Gigabyte Z590 AORUS ELITE AX, 32GB RAM, nVidia RTX3060ti 8GB, WIN10 PRO 64-bit. 10xTB in HDDs total.

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    Yes

    Note: if you have installed anything new to your H Drive, this may mess them up.

    On your Desktop, Right click the "My Computer Icon"
    On the menu that pops up
    Left click on "Manage"
    Computer Mange comes up
    In the left column, left click on "Disk Management"
    in the top center area
    find your drive H and right click on it
    select "Change Drive Letters and Paths"
    Click "Change" and change your drive letter to N and click "OK"
    Rick

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      You're a star, Rick, thank you so much.

      Cheerz. Steve.
      i7 10700k 3.8GHz Eight Core CPU, Gigabyte Z590 AORUS ELITE AX, 32GB RAM, nVidia RTX3060ti 8GB, WIN10 PRO 64-bit. 10xTB in HDDs total.

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        Yes, you can change the drive letter of your SSD from N to H in Windows. Here's how:
        Open the Disk Management utility by right-clicking on the Start button and selecting "Disk Management".
        Find your SSD in the list of drives. It should be labeled as "N:".
        Right-click on the SSD and select "Change Drive Letter and Paths...".
        Click on the "Change" button.
        Select the new drive letter you want to use (in this case, "H:"), and click "OK".
        Windows may display a warning message asking if you're sure you want to change the drive letter. Click "Yes" to continue.
        Once the drive letter is changed, you should be able to access your SSD using the new drive letter (in this case, "H:").
        Note that some programs or applications may have references to the old drive letter, so you may need to update those references manually to ensure that they continue to work correctly.

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