Thanks, I get it now. The virtual drive allows me to view image files such as iso which would normally need to be burnt to disc first.
I am not sure if I can get this right first time?
In the WIN98SE Days, the Start up Disk used to set up a Virtual Drive to take the Drivers to Run Dos Drivers for the CDROM, and other neccessary Programs like fdisk? That used to make the CDROM Drive one letter away? Example if CDROM Drive was normally D: Drive, it became E: Drive. After using it to reinstall WIN98SE or others at the time there was often a Conflict, because Windows was looking for E: Drive from where it was first installed, yet that Drive no longer existed.
A work around then was a little tricky, we used to rename the CDROM Drive as E: Drive! or have WIN98SE on another Partition or Slave Drive Drive and do the install from there, that way Windows knew exactly from where it came and it was quitely still sitting there. That way no annoying looking for Disks, just address Windows to it.
In your Case? I would recomend you firstly change the Virtual Drive Letter to a different one not already used, then change your Original F: Drive back to F: Drive, that should fix it all!