I needed a new DVD-Rom drive for my PC to reformat my computer. So I got this drive for $47 AUS because I heard good things about it. When I put it in everything was OK. Then I started to install Windows XP but some of the files would not copy over, so I had to skip them to get passed them. Then when I got to the actual Windows XP setup after the formatting stage it keeps coming up with file errors. I tried this out on my cousin's computer and it works fine so it is not the disc. I finally managed to install it but I had to skip a lot of files and exchanging XP discs because I have 2 copies. Now when I install things like Office 2000 and Halo and other stuff it stops during installation and says: "Setup failed to extract file from E:what ever folder####.cab. This is mostly caused by low memory (low disk space for swapping file) or a corrupted file cabinet." Like I said before I also tried installing this on my cousin's computer and it worked no problems. This error only comes up when it gets to (.cab) files. Can someone please help me because if its the DVD Drive I'm going back to Pioneer . DVD movies work perfect by the way.