Drive Letters wrong at Command Prompt

  Web Punter 18:53 16 Nov 04

I have 2 drives, each has 2 partitions. I run Windows XP with SP2 installed. The No.2 drive I have just installed from my old PC did have a NTFS partition but I changed this and Partition Magic says it is now FAT32. Windows Explorer, Disk Management, and Partition Magic report the drives and partitions correctly. Norton Ghost shows the D partition as E and the E as D. C and F are correct. The same happens at the command prompt.
Can anyone tell me how to correct this error please?

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