In WIN9x you could go into device manager and assign a different drive
letter to the CD drive.
Can this be done with win2000?
Yes, just right-click on MyComputer, select "manage". Then select the disk
management item in the left pane and set the properties of the CD drives
however you want.
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Quote:> In WIN9x you could go into device manager and assign a different drive
> letter to the CD drive.
> Can this be done with win2000?
Most games require the CD-ROM to be in the drive when the game runs. When I
installed my games, the CD-ROM was drive E:. I added a drive to my system
and now the CD-ROM is drive F:. The registry entry for the game still
thinks the CD-ROM is drive E:, and when it can't find the CD-ROM on drive
E:, it refuses to run the game. Obviously reinstalling the game with the
new drive letter name would work but I'd prefer to go into the registry and
manually change the drive letter. Is that particular location in the
registry the same for all apps? Does anyone know where to find this
registry entry? It would be nice if it was a single Windows registry entry
that installed apps refer to, rather than creating one of their own. Any
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