Brief Summary of Problem When AnyDVD is enabled, disc detection fails. System Config Pioneer BDC-202 BD-ROM combo with 1.01 firmware Tried various versions of AnyDVD 6.x.x.x Dell Dimension E521 (GeForce 6150LE+430 chipset) Windows XP Professional SP2 or Windows Vista Ultimate 32-bit Detailed Description When I insert a disc (any type of disc) into the Pioneer drive, I see the "AnyDVD is scanning the disc" balloon appear, but then nothing happens. If I look in My Computer, the drive simply says "DVD-RAM Drive" - as if no disc is inserted. If I then simply right-click on the drive, the disc is detected and autorun etc start. The same behaviour occurs when the disc is removed. Windows doesn't realise the disc has been removed until I right-click on the drive through My Computer. If I disable AnyDVD on the Pioneer drive, disc detection works 100% correctly every time. The Pioneer replaced a Toshiba-Samsung DVD-RW drive, and if I put the TSST back in, disc detection works correctly with Autoplay enabled. I'm currently running with both the TSST drive and the Pioneer, but with AnyDVD disabled on the Pioneer. I have searched the forums and can't find any other reports of this behaviour. I would suspect a fault with the drive except that it works every time when AnyDVD is disabled. Dell-induced software glitches can be ruled out by the problem also occuring on a clean Vista 32-bit installation, and I have removed most of the filters that were installed to help provide packet-writing etc.