In a moment of wild abandon, I thought I might use A: for my DVD drive, since it has taken over the functions of the ancient floppies originally assumed to be in A: and B:.
Apps that normally operate with DVD and CD drives do find the media correctly on A:, but DOpus doesn't. It sees the device, and adds it to the folder tree, but it insists there's never any media present, whether formatted as a music CD or a data CDROM.
I'm guessing the BIOS or the OS may be hard-wired to make certain assumptions about what COULD be in drive A: or B:, but I thought I'd check, in case there's something in DOpus that would make this unconventional drive assignment possible.
Thanks in advance,