Show/Hide Specific Drive from My Computer in Windows 7/Vista/XP Using Command Prompt | Mana Blog... for all
May 30, 2013

Here is the steps to hide the specific drive from My Computer
  1. Run command prompt as an Administrator (In windows 7 – Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt -> Right Click -> Run as Administrator)     
  2. Type diskpart  and press enter key
  3. Type list volume and press enter key
  4. Type select volume N (Here ‘N’ is the volume number that you want to hide)
  5. Type remove letter <drive letter> (Here <drive letter> is the letter that you want to hide)
  6. Now the selected drive is inaccessible and hidden from my computer.
Here is the steps to show the specific drive in My Computer
  1. Run command prompt as an Administrator (In windows 7 – Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt -> Right Click -> Run as Administrator)
  2. Type diskpart  and press enter key
  3. Type list volume and press enter key
  4. Type select volume N (Here ‘N’ is the volume number that you want to hide)
  5. Type assign letter <drive letter> (Here <drive letter> is the letter that you want to hide)
  6. Now the selected drive is accessible and shown in My Computer.
Mana  Blog... for all - Hide Hard Specific Drive in Windows 7/Vista/XP Using Command Prompt
Mana  Blog... for all - Hide Hard Specific Drive in Windows 7/Vista/XP Using Command Prompt
Mana  Blog... for all - Hide Hard Specific Drive in Windows 7/Vista/XP Using Command Prompt
Mana  Blog... for all - Hide Hard Specific Drive in Windows 7/Vista/XP Using Command Prompt

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