If this is posted in the wrong area feel free to move it. The other day I found out that Logitech had updated the QuickCam drivers and software [to v10.5.1]. I was still using v8.4.8 with my Logitech Orbit webcam. So, I updated. What resulted was far from good. The reason I'm even posting this is because it totally messed up my DVD/CD drives. I ended up having Nero flake out on me and then my PX-760A wouldn't even recognize discs. Dr Watson definitely appeared a lot. Anything related to the drives was crippled. I rebooted and it still wouldn't read anything off the drives. It wouldn't even acknowledge me putting in a blank disc. I experimented and removed the QuickCam software and the problem went away. The issue isn't the new drivers... it's the software. I did some web searches and found that it seems that the QuickCam software has had some serious issues since about v9.5 and apparently they haven't fixed them. The really sad part is the software has definitely improved in the quality of the the webcam, itself. After reviewing my findings online and fiddling with my system I have resorted to disabling the System Service titled Process Monitor which is a Logitech Inc service. So far I've had no further issues. I'll report back if the problems return. The entire purpose of me posting this is that it can cause major problems with AnyDVD, CloneDVD, CloneDVDmobile, CloneCD, etc. It's something to take into account in the event you have a serious issue with your drives and you happen to have the Logitech QuickCam software installed.