Where is drive D or E?

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Janet:
These letters can be drive or device which many times connects to a port which is typically a USB port. CD, DVD, BLUE RAY are examples of portals which connects devices with the computer and would show up under This PC in file explorer if active and ready to use. Above that are system folders which is standard with Microsoft Windows 10.
Richard:
There is no requirement for a Windows PC to have any drive other than C:. If you only have a single hard disk Windows partition and no other drives attached to the PC, then there will not be any other drives showing on the system.
dday9:
Drive letters are assigned by Windows at installation with the primary operating system partition set as the C: drive. Other hard drives and partitions are typically ordered in alphabetically after C:, so your backup partition may be D: and the CD drive may be E:. Removable devices are then assigned drive letters again, typically in alphabetical order after the last assigned drive.
Andy T:
Depends what your hardware is, drive lettering is a hold over from the '70s, even Windows CE don't do it anymore, and NT based Windows like 2000 and XP and afterwards don't really use them in any true technical sense.

If you don't know, usually DVD-ROM and USB finger drive.

Rampling:
it is in your my computer, C: D: E: unless you have one partion that is C: only (hardisk) then your D: E: is a cd drive
Davies:
it is in your my computer, C: D: E: unless you have one partion that is C: only (hardisk) then your D: E: is a cd drive
Bell:
it is in your my computer, C: D: E: unless you have one partion that is C: only (hardisk) then your D: E: is a cd drive
Zhir:
it is in your my computer, C: D: E: unless you have one partion that is C: only (hardisk) then your D: E: is a cd drive
Xn|⌡ЖJ¤P:
if you are in Windows 10, click the folder icon at the bottom. then click the This PC link on the left column. you should see them there.
Corey:
After C and before F

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