Many modern laptops don't come with DVD drives any more. To make matters worse, my older 2010 Macbook has a DVD drive, but won't work with the Flux Player DRM software. I wasn't able to access the manuals using the Mac remote disc utility either. After tinkering, I was able to export the data to searchable PDF format. I might have left out some steps, but below is basically what I did. First, I had to update my Macbook to the latest MacOS. Then, I tried to launch the "start" app according to the instructions inside the DVD case. I got a blank white screen, and the player closed when I closed that screen. Dead end. So I opened the DVD drive and probed around until I found "zdata/Content.*.fluxpackage". By double-clicking this, I still got a white screen, but when I closed that screen, I could see the Flux Player file manager. And the "Export" option was there to save my day! Clicking export will dump every manual in every language to the directory of your choice, along with some HTML files that allow you to browse using your favorite web browser. No more clunky proprietary DRM utility just to read a PDF file. It should't have been that difficult to get to the manual, but now that I have it I figured I'd share.