[QUOTE=GJ;2198781]Yes dvdfab does work and you have something wrong with the computer not fab. Maybe if you posted more info for us to help you with we can try and fix this problem of yours.[/QUOTE]
That’s always possible, but it’s not the way to bet, given the large number of other applications – including DVD burning applications – that run on it just fine
As to more information, what’s the best thing to provide? I looked at the log files, but I didn’t see anything other than some initialization/startup stuff. I presume there’s a way to crank up the logging level?
Just for fun I did run the Visual Studio 2008 debugger against DVDFab when it crashed the second time. That wasn’t the blue screen, obviously, but later when I tried to pick up the backup task by pointing DVDFab at the files it had created and had it try to burn them to a DVD. For that crash, VS2008 reported an error reading memory at location 0…which sounds like freeing a null pointer.
One other piece of information I can pass along is that the files created by DVDFab burned just fine with ImgBurn, which is also installed on the machine. I didn’t configure DVDFab to use ImgBurn, BTW; I just ran ImgBurn and pointed it at the directory created by DVDFab in the Document tree.
Just to be clear, I find DVDFab invaluable for transferring work to my iPod. And obviously the reading end of things works fine, too (or I wouldn’t have had success using ImgBurn). There just seems to be something screwy in the DVD writing subsystem.