Windows 10 computers sometimes have an issue of adding a drive letter to the recovery partition. This can happen during an update or sometimes when a program modifies the partition information. Below are the steps to correct this behavior.
Estimated Time: 5 minutes
Prerequisites: Windows 10 usage; Terminal usage; Run as Admin usage
Expected Outcome: Drive D will disappear and no error messages will be seen after restart of computer.
Steps to Complete
- Click your Start Button, type cmd, then right-click Command Prompt and choose 'Run as Administrator'
- A new terminal window will appear with your cursor ready for typing commands
- Type diskpart and press ENTER
- Type select volume D
- Type remove letter=D
- Close Terminal window and restart your PC