[QUOTE=alan1476;2737002]In my humble opinion, to use old versions is to go backwards, yeah there were versions that did certain discs and still are viable today but no old version , none of them are as good and can do more discs than the newest and most up to date version of DVD Fab V9.
I have been around here for quite awhile, maybe not as alan1476 but I have been here since the beginning of all of these programs, there is no program made by anyone that is better than the newest version of this software. I admit, in a rare occurance you may be able to decrypt a disc with an old version, but that same decryption will be available on new updates , so to screw up your file system and install old versions with old drivers and you might as well reformat every time you want to do a disc that you cant wait a day or so for an update for. In my humble opinion again, going backwards takes you no place but back to a day that the technology was not available that we have today. But do as you please, this is just my way, not the only way.[/QUOTE]
Thx for your insights…but as FYI I’ve not “installed” V8…it has been on my machine already. When V9 came out and went into separate install directory I left V8 installed…mostly because I did not like V9’s first UI. Now with V9 USA also installing to new directory I left V9 & V8…glad I did. Obviously, I’d like to clean all things up to just latest/greatest but appears the old versions actually decrypt more titles…seems others have posted this a lot…which begs the question, why ?
Anyway, I’ll do a test and see how long the update versions of V9 USA Free takes to decrypt Divergent to see…will be a good test.