Hi people, I'm trying to install Windows 7 on my Medion Akoya model number MD97620. Doing a boot install from the DVD, I get to the Win 7 welcome screen where I am offered the choice to install, repair or more information or something else I can't remember. When I click on install, it comes up saying the CD/DVD driver is missing and asks me to insert disc or memory with appropriate driver to proceed with install. I contacted Medion and they directed me to the appropriate firmware update which included the update and original driver. I put the original driver on a memory stick and restarted the process. Got to the same point and tried to browse to the memory stick but when I do it can't see the driver file and says the stick is empty. Thinking it may be a problem with the memory stick, I went back into Vista and put the graphics drivers on the same stick and started the process again. Again back to the same point, but this time the graphics drivers show on the memory stick, but guess what, no CD/DVD driver still. It is definitely still on the stick. I have also tried putting the file on a DVD, but it does the same. The CD/DVD drive is a Samsung SN-S083B, the laptop has an Intel Core Duo T6600 with 4GB Ram and is running Vista. When I did a compatibility check before I bought Win 7, it said everything was fine with perhaps a couple of question marks, but the CD/DVD drive had a tick next to it so why is it causing problems? I have noticed other people having problems with Win 7 once installed with the same brand CD/DVD, but their problems seem slightly different to mine. I can't even install my OS. Any ideas?