I recently bought the OcUK brushed aluminium slot loading Blu-Ray player from this site, and I've run into a few problems it seems. Basically, the drive is recognised as a BDROM-400 by Windows 7 x64, and upon inserting a disk, it reads and plays without problems. If however, I remove the disk and insert it again, or insert another disk, the drive does not spin up and the system freezes for a good 20-40 seconds. Then, the drive disappears from Windows altogether, and isn't even listed in Device Manager. The disk at this point cannot be removed from the drive, and I'm forced to reboot. The disk is now not recognised upon booting up. It seems that I cannot start the system with a disk inside or it will not be recognised. I can remove it, but if I insert it again we have the first problem again. Another strange problem is that Windows seems to refer to it as a 'BD-RE Drive', but it clearly is not a Blu-Ray writer. Now interestingly, it works absolutely 100% fine in the latest release of Ubuntu 32-bit and can read all types of disk, and I can remove and insert them at will. It is completely recognised and is bootable from in the BIOS. What on earth could be causing this? Does anyone else use the drive with Windows 7 64-bit? Is there a firmware update or alternative drivers I could use? I don't want to return it because I will use it in another system probably now and have ordered a branded drive for my own PC, but I would like to know what is causing this in the meantime for future reference, and perhaps for other people to be aware of the problem. Thanks.