Solved: Why does Windows XP select DVD Burner as defult for burning things?

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When I want to burn anything useing the Windows XP folder and burning the contents within that folder, the drive that burnes the items is my new DVD Rom Burning Drive. The defult drive, used to be my previouse drive, which I still have installed in my pc, but after I installed the DVD burner, the prevouse drive changed to being not the defult drive, and the DVD one changed to being the defult drive. Why?

Is it because I installed the DVD Burner as Master, not secondary?
 

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Is it because I installed the DVD Burner as Master, not secondary?
That would be my best guess. You've had three weeks to test your theory. What did you come up with.
 

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Yah, I guess it's because the DVD is the Defult Master Drive. Thanks!
 
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