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Old 04 February 2015, 20:44   #1
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Changing Icon in ClassicWB

Forgive me if this is in the wrong area but see the following screen shot of my ClassicWB main Workbench screen. I have set L:/ as DH1 'L Drive' in WinUAE and has been booting with the hard disk icon as per the System Volume above it for ages. Now suddenly its booting with a floppy icon. Can anyone tell me why & how I can get back to it defaulting to the normal hard disk icon (+ ideally how to prevent it from happening again).

If it helps I am mounting L:/ in other WinUAE instances (like AmiKit 8 for example) so don't know if that's interfering with things perhaps?

As ever thanks for any and all help received.
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Old 04 February 2015, 21:50   #2
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Now I don't remember with Scalos, but have you tried clicking on it, selecting information and then moving the other icon you've got for the hardrive over the image shown in the info, then save?
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