Hey all, I just posted this on Alcohol's forum. See if any of you have any suggestions. I used to use GamesXCopy but that has since left the main stream, and Alcohol seems to be the go-to-guy replacement. I have downloaded the trial of 52% and I really like it. However, this is the situation, you've probably heard it before. I hope I'm posting in the right forum. We have 6 games for our cafe that we are setting up. And getting emulation to work is a trick. But I managed to get all our games to work except Star Wars BattleFront and HL CounterStrike. Here are my questions: 1. Based on what you know, how exactly should I set up Alcohol 52% to create an image of Battlefront? The disk is the normal retail version. 2. ClonyXXL detects the disk as "SecuROM *new* 3. A Ray Scanner detects it as "SecuROM 5.03.06.0041" 4. I created the image in Alcohol 52% trial (latest just downloaded today) with the data type set to "SecuRom *new (4.x/5.x)" 5. When the image is loaded and BattleFront is started, it gives this message: "Conflict with Disc Emulator Software detected. See www.securom.com/emulation for more details". I have searched for this error and information and have not found a good solution yet. 6. I do NOT need to burn this disk. The cafe client PCs have NO CD-ROMs at all. The software must run emulated. 7. I have also created a few other images but all give same error. I also opened the image with Daemon Tools and got same error. The software I have and everything else is all legal. If Alcohol 52% works with each game then of course we'll buy that for each PC as well. So I need a legal way to do this. As in, no "cracks" or "hacks" that would be considered a no-no. One thought I read online was that BF is simply blacklisting emulation software. Literally checking if it's installed and then failing because of it. If that's so, then I now hate Lucas Arts. And I have no problem "hacking" a file here or there to block its blacklist check. That would be an outrageous thing to do in my opinion. Cause a lot of cafe places with out-in-the-open PCs can't exactly have retail CDs sitting there where people can steal them. Nor do we want to buy 20 CD-ROMs just to play one game. It's silly. So how do I emulate Battlefront? Thanks.