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Unable to rename the drive(partitions) names in Tiny7 Rev01

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December 5, 2009 5:30:08 AM

Hi friends... :hello:  I am having this problem which is stated as the topic heading..


When i installed is version of win7 ie,Tiny7 Rev01 By experience...After that i tried to rename the drives(partitions) in 'My Computer' the first one ie,C: got renamed but the others r not...When i right clicking the a drive suppose D: & click to rename the edit cursor comes but after clicking OK it stays as 'LOCAL DISK D'...but earlier when i installed this same version there was no such problem...
Anyone has any fix????If yes then plzzzz help me guys...Waiting for your response desperatly....THANXXX IN ADVANCE... :)  :)  :) 

EDIT: One info i forgot to write here ie,I have A dual boot..i have XP installed in a other partition ie,C:..When i rename any partition while logged in win7 it not get renamed as i said but after that if i restart & log in XP then that specific partition which i renamed i win7 shows in XP..Eg:Suppose i renamed the C: as Master in Win7...it stays as local disk as in the sc above...but after that when log in Xp the C: shows as Master...&& in Xp everything is normal..
December 5, 2009 2:48:03 PM

I can't think of anything that would require that many partitions.

Have you tried restarting?
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December 5, 2009 4:01:08 PM

I can't think of anything that would require that many partitions.

Have you tried restarting?

Its my choice for the no . of partitions....got nothing by restarting...
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December 6, 2009 3:45:58 PM

Common guys send me some help...
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a b $ Windows 7
December 6, 2009 4:03:00 PM

Get rid of your pirated Windows 7 and buy a licensed version. After that you will be entitled for some help!!!

You get a free OS and want free tech support. Get a life, and a job, you MOOOCH!!!!
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December 7, 2009 12:01:39 PM

daship said:
Get rid of your pirated Windows 7 and buy a licensed version. After that you will be entitled for some help!!!

You get a free OS and want free tech support. Get a life, and a job, you MOOOCH!!!!

Son U dont have solution DONT write here...thousands are downloading these versions for various reasons...U dont hav any solution JUST F**CK OFF :non:  :non:  :non:  :kaola: 
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December 7, 2009 1:03:38 PM

Your best bet is to speak with the supplier of your OS; they will be able to help with your problem. :D 
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December 17, 2009 9:10:06 AM

Nothing helped yet...
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a b $ Windows 7
December 17, 2009 9:16:35 AM

Phone Microsoft then; they'll deal with it for you.
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June 4, 2010 11:41:20 AM

I have the same problem as you, but partitions names appear correct on safe mode and disk management

I remember i solved this problem before but I can't remember how ??? :fou:  and this killing me :ouch: 
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February 21, 2012 6:37:43 PM

Best answer selected by Arock.
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January 2, 2013 2:59:56 AM

Arock said:
Hi friends... :hello:  I am having this problem which is stated as the topic heading..
http://i46.tinypic.com/1zytf8.jpg

When i installed is version of win7 ie,Tiny7 Rev01 By experience...After that i tried to rename the drives(partitions) in 'My Computer' the first one ie,C: got renamed but the others r not...When i right clicking the a drive suppose D: & click to rename the edit cursor comes but after clicking OK it stays as 'LOCAL DISK D'...but earlier when i installed this same version there was no such problem...
Anyone has any fix????If yes then plzzzz help me guys...Waiting for your response desperatly....THANXXX IN ADVANCE... :)  :)  :) 

EDIT: One info i forgot to write here ie,I have A dual boot..i have XP installed in a other partition ie,C:..When i rename any partition while logged in win7 it not get renamed as i said but after that if i restart & log in XP then that specific partition which i renamed i win7 shows in XP..Eg:Suppose i renamed the C: as Master in Win7...it stays as local disk as in the sc above...but after that when log in Xp the C: shows as Master...&& in Xp everything is normal..


For anyone searching articles for this solution..

A workaround:

a. Open the Start Menu.

b. In the white line (Start Search) area, type regedit and press Enter.

c. Click on Continue button in the UAC prompt.

d. In regedit, go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\explorer

e. In the left pane, right click on explorer.exe and click on New and Key.

f. Type DriveIcons and press Enter.

g. In the left pane, right click on DriveIcons and click on New and Key.

h. Type the drive letter (EX: E) you want to change the drive name for and press Enter.

i. In the left pane, right click on the drive letter (EX: E) and click on New and Key.

j. Type DefaultLabel and press Enter.

k. In the right pane, right click on (Default) and click on Modify.

l. To Change the Drive Name -

i. Type in a name (Ex: My DVD) and click OK.

ii. Go to step n.

m. To Restore the Default Drive Name -

i. Leave this empty and click OK.

ii. Go to step n.

n. Repeat steps i to m if you want to add another drive letter icon to change.

o. Close regedit.
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