Greetings all! I just did a fresh install on Vista Ultimate 32bit today. I cannot for the love of all that is holy, get AnyDVD (HD) v18.104.22.168 to work. The trial install works smoothly, but when I run my licence key and register with the product - I get a message saying that I no longer have a DVD drive after reboot (?). The message simply reads "No DVD Drive found", and then lists some pointers to check out. I can't really see what the problem is. This message pops up every time I boot Vista. I've tried un-installing, and then back again but it ain't working. Again, AnyDvd seems to work fine when in the trial mode. Only other drivers installed on this fresh copy is nVidia GFX drivers (100.65) and soundcard drivers. I have no daemon tools or anything like that installed, I haven't altered or modified any drivers. I didn't install chipset drivers for my mobo after the fresh install (mistake?), my chipset is the "Intel 945G Express chipset". Reason for this was that the Vista seemed to find everything perfectly and I got no errors or driver issues. Anyone know what I should do here ? Can I do some kinda magic in Device Manager, even though the Intel Chipset Drivers never spesifically were installed ? Is this a known issue ? Thx in advance !