I just built a new vista computer and always wanted to run games on it like all of you, but I was wary of sony's secure-rom which disables the dvd burner when some games are installed on the pc. Disabling the burner, which I use for backup, is simply unacceptable and should be challenged in court. Every cloud has a silver lining, and I found the solution. It's rather technical, but not for all you pc builders. All you have to do is install microsoft virtual pc on your machine and install your os to it . Then install the games on the virtual pc, and the host os's burner will not be disabled. Windows 7 even allows you to mount the virtual disk to windows explorer in the host os, thus defeating the purpose of this unconstitutional secure-rom fiasco.