You can hide any of drive(s) by just adding two keys in windows registry
Type regedit and press enter. This will bring you to the registry editor.To hide any drive you have to follow these 2 steps
STEP1: Hidding Drive
goto HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\Policies\Explorer now create a new DWORD value NoDrives and set its value as
2^(Alpha Number of Drive Letter-1)
where Alpha number are simple counting of alphabets from A to Z as 1 – 26
for example: to hide C drive
Alpha number of C is 3 so 2^(3-1) = 4 (decimal value)
If you want to hide more than one drive than calculate the value of each drive as explained and then set sum of those numbers as value
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