[QUOTE=StormJumper;2120307]Ok the reason I asked is because with the Vista Home Premium version you are limited on what you can do and the reason for this limitation is because the “Administrator Status” has not been defined in the security policy (the biggest down fall of the Home Premium version)
Howevere you can try disabling windows defender which blocks programs from making changes to the registry…
Open the following
Control Panel >> Administrator Tools >> Computer Management >> Services and Applications >> Services
and go down the list of services until you come to “Windows Defender” double click on it to open it’s properties clcik on stop then in the dropdown window where it says Automatic select “Disable” click apply…OK then close all windows that are open and reboot the system and reinstall DVDFab after you do a clean uninstall using the guide below in my signature
I have a PC with vista home premium & never had to go through any of the above grief to install & test DVDFAB - a.f.a.i.k it installed just fine & I didn’t even have to turn off UAC. Admittedly that was with V4, but is there any difference in how the install works for V5 , compared with installing V4?
( Nowadays I just use V5 on my windows XP PC, so I only ask out of curiosity )