How to Hide Disk Drive Using Command Prompt

Hello friends! If you are looking for some good tricks to hide folder or disk drive on your computer, then you are in the right place. In this article, I will walk you through all the steps to hide Disk Drive Using Command Prompt. This is one of the best solutions for hiding important data on our computer. Using this trick, you can easily hide or unhide disk drive in your computer and easily protect your important data from other users. This trick is very simple and the steps to hide Disk Drive using Command Prompt are as follow:


How to Hide Disk Drive Using Command Prompt

Step 1:

Press “Windows + R” and type “DISKPART”. It will open Diskpart utility.



Step 2:

Now type “LIST VOLUME” in the diskpart and press enter. It will show you all the drives in your computer with their corresponding Drive Letters.



Step 3:

Type “SELECT VOLUME drive letter”(Type the drive letter which you want to hide). It will show you that the Drive Volume with the corresponding number is selected.



Step 4:

Next type “REMOVE LETTER drive letter”(Type the drive letter which you want to hide) and hit enter. Now go to My Computer and check. The Selected Drive is no longer visible in My Computer.








Unhiding the Disk Drives


In order to unhide the drive again, do the first three steps again, and in the fourth step just type “ASSIGN LETTER letter of Drive” instead of REMOVE LETTER. It will show you your drive again. You can also use the same method to change the drive letter of any drive. However, you cannot use Drive Letter A and B as Drive Letter A and B are reserved Drive Letters for floppy disks.







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