I just recently bought a new Sapphire 2400 pro AGP for a community house computer. It is an old dell that formerly had a GeForce 4 MX card in it. Here are the specs: Pentium 4 2.0Ghz Northwood (no HT) 640Mb RAM (512mb + 128mb I presume) Sapphire 2400 pro AGP 256mb gDDR2 Turtle Beach Monte Carlo Sound Card Dell Motherboard (Dimension 4550) And I'm using the Sapphire 8.4 AGP hotfix drivers in Server 2003. Gaming performance is pretty nice (Halo is smooth at 1024x768 with everything turned up but specular). However, as soon as I try to play an HD DVD, I get greeted to a slide show (PowerDVD Ultra HD edition with all updates installed). The box for AVIVO acceleration is ticked, so hardware UVD should be working. If I try unchecking it, then when I try playing the HD DVD again, it forces itself back on (...strange). One thing I think it might be is that since we're using Server 2003, I'm unable to get drivers for the 360 HD DVD player like I can in XP x64/Vista x64. Therefore, in Device Manager there is a generic DVD ROM driver for it and there are two instances of 360 Memory Units all without drivers. Is there any place to download the 360 HD DVD drivers? I've been searching and all I've been able to find are dead links (I'm guessing because everyone else gets them off Windows Update). Aside from that issue, is it unreasonable to expect this PC to be able to play an HD DVD? I have it plugged into a tube HDTV via component at 1024x768. The tv supports 1080i, but since it isn't widescreen, 1920x1080i doesn't work right. 1280x1024 is far to small to read, and 800x600 is easily readable but looks like shit. Also, kinda unrelated, do any of you think this computer will be able to handle Oblivion at 1024x768 no AA and at least medium settings?