the newest release of Disk director/OS Selector is causing me the following problems: I can not install any Windows OS through OS selector because no bootable CD-ROMS are listed or recognized in the OS Selector booter. However, from within windows XP the Bootable CD-ROMS are shown in OS Selector. I can then modify the CD-ROM OS properties and then attempt to install the new OS from within windows, but the process aborts after the system reboots (I'm sure its because the OS Selector booter does not recognize the CD-ROM). If I then go back into windows, all the property changes I made to the new OS icon are still there. The "do not load CD-ROM drivers" is NOT checked (which I find causes the OSS booter to react extremely slowly). Checking this allows oss booter to react at normal speed, but does not solve my initial problem of booting a new OS through OSS selector. Important to note is that I am doing this on a new Gigabyte motherboard (ga-p35-ds3l). On my older Dell motherboard, the same software and same DVD recorders worked correctly. The new motherboard is extremely popular and highly rated, and otherwise works well. I think the problem is the Acronis CD-ROM drivers, but don't know what to do about it. Any Ideas?