CD Tower drive partitioning

I have an NT 4.0 server with a CD Tower 7. How can I partition it so we can see all of the drives by letter?
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aioudineCommented:
I suggest that you are using procom CD Tower 7 with DiskView management software
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By default wen you install new CDROM title it automagitialy added to volume set CDROMS (on NetWare), or DPCDROMS (on NT). This task performet always if you are have "Automatic Volume Configuration" option enabled.

Volume set is special kind of CD networking volume, where each CDROM title is represented as subdirectory. This feature is used to reduce needs it free drive letter

To mount CDROM titles to separate Drive letter you must remove title from volume set and configure it as separate volume (By using DiscView Selector menu)

How to do this is described in manual
http://www.microtest.com/pub/alldocs/dvproman.pdf
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