I can't type anything in any of the boxes on either option on the create new account or under log in (however the tab will cycle through the boxes). So no matter what, even if I created a account at the official web site, I can't even enter my log in on the launcher to download the DLC. (Just tried putting the launcher in Win XP compatibility mode and no dice).
So even if I can manually download the DLC from website (this is a assumption on my part as I don't know since I never had to register before), does the DLC installs any DRM?
The reason I ask is that when I bought the Steam version of Mass Effect (I'm using this as a reference), EA had to release a different version of the Bringing down the sky free DLC installer because it installs the SecuRom DRM on the Steam version.
Also to the GoG team if you're reading this, how come the GoG version of the first Witcher still has Tages files located in The Witcher Enhanced Edition Directors Cut\System folder? I see Tagesclient.dat and TagesClient.exe files.
I would think the GoG version shouldn't have these files at all, just in case if someone accidentally clicked on it. So will it harm anything if I manually remove those files or does the game check to see if it as it to run? I don't recall my Steam version had those files.
The game installer file integrity checked out ok, and I did uninstall and reinstall (restart,ect) and it still ended up the same.
Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1 (Windows update is current, DX9, VB6,Visual C++ redistribution package, dotNet, ect all current)
Core2Duo E6850 @ 3.01 GHz
4.0 GB RAM
Nvidia GTX 275 (driver 270.61)
X-Fi Platinum (drivers current)