Hey guys, I've gotten plenty of help before in some of the other rooms, but this is my first post here, so I'm hoping I get the same friendly helpful advice as usual! I had an ACER store bought desktop in which the mobo died on me causing the system not to boot up. I wanted to re-use as many parts from this system as I could as the system was not very old, and many parts were still good. I was able to recover my CPU, optical drives and hard drives. I sucessfully transfered these items into a new PC that I just built over the weekend. (I didn't want to go with another store bought as I didn't have any luck with this ACER POS) Anyways, I transferred my ACER dvd optical drive into the new PC, and it was recognized and windows installed the (old) driver for it. The drive shows no problems in device manager, says that its working properly, and everything seems ok, however whenever I put a disk in, it doesn't read it, it doesn't do anything.... I can hear the disk spin up & the drive light flashes, but it doesn't show any activity... whenever I double click on the drive from My Computer, it ejects the drive and says "Please insert disk". I'm just wondering if this has anything to do with it being an OEM drive? The drive is a GSA-H60N ATA Device (sata drive). I can't find a newer driver for it, and from what I've read, there was never an updated driver released. Anyone know whats going on here?? If you need PC specs, pls ask and I'll post. BTW, I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate.