I was recently given a 80GB SATA drive to use on my system at home. After I hooked it up and rebooted the drive comes up stating it is a network drive with the letter Z as a drive letter. I also have a network printer that is using the same drive letter. I want to reformat the drive so I can use it as a spare drive not that I really need it as I already have three other drives using the letters C D E and H I know that is four letters one is a backup or recovery drive and is a partition of the D drive. How do I go about doing this or is it not possible? I am using windows XP 32 bit service patch 3 installed
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