It seems that drive letters may change during unattended XP install.
I'm trying to install XP on a PC with 1 primary partition an 1 logical volume on the hard drive, and 1 CD drive.
After the install I expected to get (as usual):
- C: = Primary partition
- D: = Extended partition
- E: = CDROM
But what I got instead was:
- C: = Ext
- D: = CDR
- E: = Pri
And from all the files that were supposed to be on C:, some are actually on C: (not much) and the rest are on E: (including "program files", "document and setting", ...)
So the install doesn't work, since it's unattended. It expects some files to be in some places but doesn't find them. BTW : This install works just fine on many other PCs.
Where does that come from? Is there any way to fix it?