Why in windows os memory partitions starts with drive c? Tags: Default Memory Windows XP Last response: June 19, 2011 8:58 AM in Windows XP Share arunagiri June 19, 2011 7:12:44 AM why in any windows operating system default memory partitions starts with drive c? and y cant be in drive A or drive B? is there any reason behind this? More about : windows memory partitions starts drive Emerald a b } Memory June 19, 2011 8:58:23 AM drive A: and B: used to be assigned to floppy drives which nobody really uses anymore. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHelp partitioning hard drive to NTFS and intalling windows 7 (NO OS ON HARD DRIVE) Forum I have Lenovo pc with two partitions. C and D drives. C drive has 19 GB and OS l Forum Solvedmy primary OS:C drive is almost full but I have a D: partition with a lot of space...how do I access it? Forum SolvedHow best to partition a 1tb SSD OS drive for Windows 8 Forum Solvedwhy can't I format my c drive in windows 7 home premiumi have windows 7 home Forum SolvedPartition 1/2 the drive to back up OS X 10.6.8 & 1/2 for Windows 7? Forum New c: drive, no OS, how to partition the disk?? Forum My c drive cant show the full memory why it is happend Forum how to install windows from SERVICV002 Partition, if C drive is already formatted Forum How to replace primary hard drive (C:) (OS) without a Windows 7 disk Forum reinstall of Windows XP Professional on 32 bit desktop and add Linux Ubuntu on C drive partition Forum partitioning a hard drive already containing a windows os Forum Win7 starts showing C drive window Forum Resizing OS partition partition Drive C Forum SolvedSplit partition C in to 2 drives for Ubuntu and Windows Forum While partitioning hard disk in windows 7, Shrinking the present 'C' drive show Forum C: drive increase partition windows server 2003 Forum EXTENDING WINDOWS PARTITION DRIVE C Forum EXTENDING WINDOWS PARTITION DRIVE C Forum Conversion of drive c simple volume to primary partition windows 7 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !