I have had an ongoing problem with my CD-RW drive since upgrading to Windows XP from ME several months ago. See this thread for more details: http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...threadid=72165 After trying just about everything without any sort of resolution, my friend suggested that I try using the CD-RW drivers from ME on my XP machine. I'd also like to try this on my Windows 2000 machine here at work since it has the same issues as my XP machine at home. My question is, does Windows ME (or even 98SE) use the same three files for CD-RW and CD-ROM operation as Windows XP and Windows 2000? My Windows 2000 machine is using the following three driver files for both the CD-RW drive and the CD-ROM: C:WINNTSystem32DRIVERScdrom.sys C:WINNTSystem32DRIVERSredbook.sys C:WINNTSystem32storprop.dll Would I be safe in just renaming the current files and then pasting older Windows ME or 98 drivers into those locations for testing purposes? Thank you.