Okay, a few months ago I bought a 2GB U3 Kingston thumb drive from Newegg, and I used the U3 bit for about a month. It started to get annoying and cause problems on my home computer, so I got rid of it. So, I was left with a "normal" thumb drive and installed the PortableApps Menu by John T. Haller on it, and it's been working nicely ever since. However, it doesn't work on computers that I use that have network drives, such as C: and D: are system drives, then F: G: and H: are network drives. I read a post saying that U3 requires two drive letters in between system and network drives, but since I don't use it anymore, how does that apply to me? The real problem is, though, right now the drive goes into the computer as Drive G (see screenshot), yet F: is not used at all.
I'm thinking the CDFS partition that U3 used is still existent, but not being used, perhaps that is why the drive letter is missing.
Does anyone have an idea on how to get that drive letter F: back? My other drive, a Lexar uses the F: drive letter and works fine. So I know that F: didn't just die.