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I changed my password today and now the icon on my desktop for my HD shows the password as the name of the drive??

How could this be?
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Gremlins? Seriously, something went afoul in the process. I've never seen that before. Are you able to change the name of the HD again and get rid of the wayward password?
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Gremlins? Seriously, something went afoul in the process. I've never seen that before. Are you able to change the name of the HD again and get rid of the wayward password?
Yes, I finally did that and all is fine now...security issue I would think with whatever went wrong if it can be duplicated.

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