Hey guys, just built a new computer and installed Windows XP Home Edition and upgraded to SP2. Now I heard it would cause problems, but it started working fine, until I tried to open some programs and got an error message of "There is no disk in the drive. Please insert a disk into drive \Device\Harddisk1\DR2." I've researched this problem, but apparantly its typically a Quicktime problem, and there are hardly any answers. If anyone could help me out of this predicament it'd be greatly appreciated. Hunter007 -Specifications for the computer I'm having trouble with are in the sig.