How to fix windows not assigning drive letters to USB disks
So recently i've had issues where Windows wouldn't auto assign a drive letter to usb disks i attach, and i would have to go to the disk manager in windows and manually assign a drive letter.
Now i actually thought it had something to do with the drives them self, but it appears that its actually a windows issue, and its fairly easy to fix.
So what you do is open a command prompt, powershell or whatever your heart desires (preferably with admin rights, though it might work without).
Now launch Microsoft Diskpart, by typing in ´diskpart´ and pressing enter (this might just take a couple of seconds).
Now try typing ´automount´, and see what reponse you get.
DISKPART> automount Automatic mounting of new volumes disabled.
If you get the above, then you need to enable automount by using the following command.
DISKPART> automount enable Automatic mounting of new volumes enabled.
Now if all went well, windows should now auto assign a drive letter your disks again :)