[qanda]This thread is about the Pioneer DVR-111D / DVR-710. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]I am running DVDFab 5 Platinum under Windows Vista Ultimate Edition SP1 with 4GB RAM. Intel Core 2 Quad processor 2.4 GHz.
Up to and including version 126.96.36.199 the program remembered it's write settings between launchings, but suddenly after installing version 188.8.131.52 the settings are lost and revert back to what they were before I customised it for my own use.
Since I am posting this it should go without saying that this most recent version does not produce a valid DVD (my DVD players all automatically reject them and open their trays to spit them out), even though there were no error dialogues and the process was supposed to have been completed successfully.
I knew something had changed with the settings when I saw the speed at which it was writing (6.9X and increasing), when I have always found that 4X is the most reliable with SAO writing (which was what the settings were until I installed the new version last night).
I have just as of the last 10 minutes reinstalled version 5.1.10 and my original settings are all back to what they were before installing version 5.1.2,0, and I have checked that they stay as they are between successive launches.
What has changed, as of version 184.108.40.206? I usually do not install beta versions unless I am having problems with the current public release, so I do not know if they have the same problem.
Has anybody else encountered this bug in Fengtao's otherwise excellent software, as nothing else has changed to the best of my knowledge that should cause DVDFab to suddenly forget the same settings which I have used for most of this year?
The fact that on re-installing version 220.127.116.11 the old settings were back suggests to me that it was nothing that either myself or my computer's setup has done to cause this malfunction.
Many thanks in advance to anybody who could possibly help me with this abrupt change in the program's normal behaviour,