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Wikipedia page has nice comparison of all Blu-ray read and write speeds: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray_Disc_recordable
Some programs, especially those that rely on media in the cdrom, will store that the cdrom is in drive E: or whatever. It is best to set the drive fairly early, and to a high letter. I follow the eComStation and have the ram drive in R: and the cdrom in S:
You are mis-interpreting the warning message here. It is not about the drive letter D: being the optical drive, but about programs and documents with explicit references to data stored on D: - which you are breaking by changing the drive letter. You will see this warning for any drive letter change, not just the one involving an optical disk drive.
BD-ROM DRIVE means Blu-Ray Disk Read Only Memory Drive. It usually appears when you install a Virtual Drive using softwares like Daemon Tools, PowerISO, etc, and it is used to mount .ISO files and many other data formats.
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