In WIN95/98 you can change the CDROM drive letter by going to the Device Manager, right clicking the CDROM, picking properties, and assign the drive letter you want.
In NT, they hid it a little by putting it in the Disk Administrator...but basically the same process.
In WIN2000, I have yet to find how to change the drive letter of the CDROM. The system seems to think D is a good choice, even though I've added a second hard drive (now labled E) that I would prefer to be D.
Did they hide this feature somewhere else? Or is this now untouchable?