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Mount Hard Disk Drives as NTFS Folder | Windows 10 / 8.1 / 7 Tutorial

Mount in the following empty NTFS folder or Mount Drive as NTFS folder in Windows 10 / 8 / 7 is a very useful feature, when there are many hard disk drives are connected with your system.

A system with multiple hard drives and having multiple partitions on each drive can be real painful task to manage contents over the drives. In other case, you might have many drives with many partitions in your system and you are now out of drives letters, means from A to Z all the drive letters are…

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16 Comments on Mount Hard Disk Drives as NTFS Folder | Windows 10 / 8.1 / 7 Tutorial

  1. Hope you will find this video informative. Do Like, Share & Comment ????????????????????

  2. Can the software use drive paths instead of drive letters to burn write to CD drives that has no drive letter but a NTFS folder drive path instead of drive letter , the issue is when u have over 26 CD drives and windows limited to only 26 letters a to z any alternatives thanks

  3. I found this video very useful. Thank you 🙂

  4. Awesome instructions, thank you! 🙂

  5. Thanks very helpful !!

  6. while installing ubuntu alongside windows i have got this problem:

    "The installer has detected that the following disks have mounted partitions"

    what to do??
    please help

  7. Hello The Teacher Team,

    I have a question here, I see that the E drive capacity is 589 GB prior to mount another 500 GB to E:***. Will that increase overall capacity of the E drive just like 1089 GB? or is it remains as 589 GB.

    May this question has stupidity just would like to confirm, I believe, another 500 GB of capacity just like a path and will not increase the capacity of the drive.

    Please confirm the same or correct me if i am wrong.


  8. As someone who is used to mounting volumes on Linux but doesn't know the first thing about Windows, this was very helpful. Thank you very much! 🙂

  9. Wow u give a information to newbie so its work thanks man

  10. u should try not to explain the title as we can already read it also try to advertise ur other vids at the end.go straight into the cntent and after problems solved people will givee attention as u have helped them

  11. So when I go to the Disk Management window and I right click my next drive (E:) there is no option to create a new partition. Anything I can do to go around this?

  12. Excellent video. Thank you.

  13. Very well explain. LIKE LIKE…

  14. Thank you Thank you Thank you, I was searching for hours on how to do this and you came through. Thank you again.

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