|There's going to be a line in config.sys something like:|
(where the A:\ specifies the a: drive) The OAKCDROM.SYS is the standard atapi driver microsoft used but there are many others used by those who modify their own disks so yours may be different.. The IDECD000 is just the name you give to the cdrom. That name can be anything. That's just the way mine is set up.
What you need to do is edit that line to read:
and also copy GCDROM.SYS to the disk.
In autoexec.bat there's a line something like:
You should be able to leave that line as it is. HOWEVER, whatever you've named the cdrom in config.sys--in this case IDECD000--must be the same it's named in the mscdex line in autoexec.bat.
In a system with multiple cd drives you should only need the one line in config.sys and autoexec.bat to load their support. I think GCDROM.SYS supports both atapi and sata but I've never tried it. If it turns out that it only supports sata then in a system with mixed atapi and sata cd drives you'd need a line loading an atapi driver and another line loading gcdrom.sys. I believe in that case you still only need the single mscdex line in autoexec.bat.
But if they're the same type drives you only need one line in config.sys..
Now that's what I call a sticky situation