My computer (a modern one, with Windows 8.1) is equipped with a DVD drive and a SD card reader. I'm considering assigning letters A and B to DVD and card reader. I know well that those letters were reserved for floppy disk drives (I'm old enough to remember the floppy disks era), but I am 99.99% sure that I will never use floppy disk drive. Is there any rational reason not to use A and B letters for DVD and card reader then?
To be perfectly clear: I am not asking what is the story behind letters A and B - I know it already. I just want to know the consequences of assign A or B to drive that is not a real floppy drive.