DVDfab and DVD43

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#1

Does the new version of DVDfab Platinum use DVD43 and is there any way to get rid of DVD43?

I am running Windows XP and I keep getting “WIndows recovered from a serious error” messages. When the error reporter sent the info to Microsoft a web page pops up saying that DVD43 is causing errors. If I put an audio CD in the the drive Windows will crash (no blue screen just a reboot.) I also use AnyDVD but I have that turned off at the time and I know there is a problem with using AnyDVD with DVDFab Platinum. Has anyone else had this problem and were you able to solve it?


#2

Hi mpv191 and welcome to cdfrreaks.

Yes, it’s likely that dvd43 will cause conflicts.
First remove via control panel > add and remove programs.
Then navigate to your program files and dvd43 folder and delete all files there…eg., C:\Program Files\dvd43.
This, hopefully will do it, but you may have to run a registry cleaner.
If you need one, click on the regseeker link in my sig.

Hope this helps.


#3

DVD43 installs a driver like patin couffin so it will need to be removed. Fengtao did buy some technology from the author of DVD43 before DVD43 became a pay for use product, but thing they have since gone under.

Mack


#4

A;so if DVD43 uses the pcouffin and you delete DVD43 then the pcouffin will also be deleted so you will or may have to re-install DVDFab to put the pcouffin back on your system for DVDFab to use…just my 2 cents

Tim


#5

Does not use patin couffin but works on same principle of access layer.

Mack


#6

If it deletes your pcouffin driver just download VSO inspector and it will also install the pcouffin driver back, (just my 3 cents worth Tim) :slight_smile:
Jim


#7

Boy I sure must be lucky as I have Roxio and also DVD-43 plus a few other programs and I don’t have any trouble at all ( just have to make sure DVD43 isn’t running in the background) Morning Pals, coffee time
Jim


#8

Do a google search for patin couffin and you will find many programs have a tie to patin couffin since it is a free burning engine.

Mack