H:\ is not accessible. The parameter is incorrect.__ A NEW TWIST I recently installed 2 OSs on my computer. I should have my hardrives partitioned like this: HD1: C: boot files E: 98 se K: back up and L: XP HD2: D: Games F: Images G: Music Now, I am not sure WHY the logical drives are named this way. I don't care what C: D: or whatever drive the partitions are labled. This is just how my computer did it. The perplexing thing is that there is an H: I never created. I used Fdisk and was very specific on how I created my drives. I left HD2 alone (which had three partitions --games, images, music), and only partitioned my first HD. I used a 98 SE boot disk to creat the two partitions--one for the boot files and one for Windows 98 (I want to and can Dual Boot). After I installed 98se, I used the XP disk to create a third partition for backup or storage and and 4th partition for XP. I then installed XP. Where did this fifths H: come from? When I try to access it or formatt it, it says "H:/ is not accessible The parameters are incorrect." It is not using up any of my HD space. I just want to delete it but can't. Any ideas?