How to Hide Any Drive in Windows Using Command Prompt

Sometimes we have many sensitive data in our hard drives. We want perfect solution for hiding this data in our computer. With this trick, you can hide your computer drive and easily save your sensitive and top secret data from your friends and family.

Hide Drives from CMD in Windows

Hide Drives from CMD in Windows

This trick is very simple, If people don’t see your drives then simply they don’t see your data.

How to Hide Any Drive in Windows Using Command Prompt

See the below steps for hiding drives in computer.

Step 1:

Press “Windows + R” and type “cmd”, next type “DISKPART”. Now you see a new Dialog box open with command prompt.

Diskpart - Hide Drives in Windows

Diskpart – Hide Drives in Windows

Step 2:

Type “LIST VOLUME”in the command prompt and press enter. (Now you see your all window drives or volumes with name or numbers.)

List Volume in Diskpart

List Volume in Diskpart

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Step 3:

Now remember the volume letter or number you want to hide and type “SELECT VOLUME number or letter”(See the below screenshot). Here I select Volume 1 for example, you can select your volume.

Select Volume in Diskpart

Select Volume in Diskpart

Step 4:

Next type “REMOVE LETTER D”(Type the drive letter you want to hide, here I wrote D just for an example.)

Remove Drives in Windows

Remove Drives in Windows

Now go to MY Computer and check whether the drive is hidden or not. It should be hidden if you’ve done everything as above.

Step 5:

To unhide the drive again, just type “ASSIGN LETTER letter of Drive” (See the Screenshot).

Assign Drive Letter

Assign Drive Letter

That’s it now the drive or partition you have hidden before will appear now.

With this trick, you can hide your computer drives and also change the letter of any hard drives. I hope you like this trick and share this trick with your friends.

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