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How do I change the Drive letter of the CD drive on a windows 2000 machine?
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Follow these steps:

1) Right-click "My Computer" on the Desktop
2) Choose option "Manage"
3) On the Computer Management Console's left-pane go to "Disk Management" folder
4) (few seconds later) on the right-pane, right-click your CD-ROM drive and on the popup-menu choose "Change Drive Letter and Path..."
5) On the new window you'll just have to "Edit" a new drive letter
6) Confirm & Done

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Gone
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pAul0|PIm3NTA
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thank you
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