I apologize for bothering y'all (anybody?) with this no-doubt newbie inquiry, but ever since I installed DT (and Y.A.S.U., etc.) in hopes of protecting my pocketbook from my ADHD-11-year-old son's unintentional CD & DVD destructive tendencies, I/he can't play a LOT of the 100+ games we bought over the years (often necessarily 2 copies so that we could play on LAN with each other - particularly galling!), and every time a game does/does not launch, the PC bleats something that sounds like: "edam & chino".... cheese & wine, perhaps? I wish! :-)...

If this matter (and, more importantly, the issue of so many of our games no longer being able to be played because their anti-copying software detects the presence of emulation SCSI drives - despite trying to disable them, or cloak them, or even remove them via safe-mode) has been pursued elsewhere in these forums that I have been so-far unsuccessful in discovering, could one of you fine gentlemen/ladies be so kind as to refer me to same? Thank you so much....

And to the developers of this software, THANK YOU so much, for trying to help poor ignorant fools such as I to merely protect our investment in a product that refuses to deliver any kind of reasonable warranty for it products and instead resorts to monopolistic trade practices. Carry on the good fight!