So, long story short, i got Windows 7 installed by using the clever USB trick. Unfortunately for me though, the DVD drive still fails to work in Windows 7.Not only this but when i load a disc in the tray and try and "Explore" the drive my explorer.exe stops responding and my entire computer must be rebooted. I'm using the 32 bit operating system and after i heard that there was an easy fix i was pretty psyched. Unfortunately changing the registry didn't work because the files that supposedly create the error were non-existent to begin with. My drive is a LG Supermulti or "HL0DT-ST DVDRAM GH20NS10", and I have tried to load drivers and such but they haven't been able to produce a solution. Any help would be appreciated as i'd love to use this OS when it comes out in October, but am weary if my computer's hardware isn't compatible. EDIT**: I'm using Windows XP currently and the drive is working just fine so the drive itself is in no way damaged.