1.Select start then Run in the Run type cmd or start → All Programs → Accessories → Command Prompt or Press Windows + R key and type cmd.
2.In command prompt type DISKPART
3.Then type LIST VOLUME, after this you will get an partition overview
4.Type SELECT VOLUME (number), press ENTER then type REMOVE LETTER (letter)
5.After this partition will be hidden
6.To get it back just type ASSIGN LETTER (letter).
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