@VeNoM386: I didn’t say ‘without having any soft’, I said ‘without [blindwrite] being installed’. just check out the new blindwrite suite autoplay feature and then come back here and we’ll continue the conversation. As opposed to you, I don’t demand you to shut up, after all we are living in a democracy, everyone is entitled to an opinion. whether it’s right or wrong is another question, but everyone is allowed to express one’s own opinion. quote from blindwrite.com: ‘AutoPlay is an automatic hide media option (like insektor previously) it will run on cd burned with this version.’ quote from club.cdfreaks: ‘lapinou is making a small program that has the autoplay alone for free later on, so u wont need to install blindwrite on every machine u want to play it on u can use that autoplay standalone thingy instead.’ quote from Lapinou: ‘about installation and run of the game on various computers, of course we will release later a ligh filter installation only. so you will not need to install the full blindwrite suite’. Maybe the autoplay feature will be included on the cd - then it will be enough to have the cd only. in any case, whether the autoplay filter will be included on the cd or in a separate freeware programme, the installation of blindwrite will not be required any longer. I agree, I couldn’t have created any software. That’s why I don’t do it. If the alcohol developers followed my example, there would be less destroyed computers on this planet. on the alcohol forum I was told that due to the way windows works ‘The physical device using windows native block device driver have higher priority to get the drive letter than network mapping partition or some 3rd party warped driver to mount other partition that Windows not supported.’ Maybe this is true, I don’t know, ask Bill Gates for an answer, if you are interested, but what I do know, is that when I installed clonecd, it didn’t take possession of the letter, which is in use by mounted linux partition, but used a free letter (my last drive was O: - the zip drive, so clonecd took P:,while alcohol took F:, which is my linux drive). so what do we learn from this? Not only are the alcohol developers too lazy to learn how windows works, they are also unwilling to admit their mistakes, rather putting the blame on Microsoft (oh, yes, it’s easy -always blame Microsoft, nobody likes them anyway, so maybe it will work). But as Olli has clearly shown with his release of Clonecd, there are developers, who can be trusted and others, who are not to be trusted. alcohol developers belong to the latter group.