DVDFab and Error 157

When I installed the new DVDFab 4010, my computer came up with the crash info report. Then it showed an info box with the Error code #157. I’ve never had a problem with DVDFab on installing the upgrades. I thought this very strange, so, I decided to restart the program. It started fine this time. Tried a few more times and still OK. Anybody know how this error157 applies to DVDFab or is it a windows problem. Just thought I’d ask?
Computer: WinXP SP2, PROC.2.6G,1G Ram. Thanks for any help.:confused:

I don’t think an answer has been given yet. Did you send the report to DVDFab?

http://club.cdfreaks.com/f116/bug-threw-error-230675/

The error code list is at the top of the forum page and error 157 isn’t a FAB or a VSO error so must be something else :confused::confused:

[QUOTE=LOCOENG;1930062]I don’t think an answer has been given yet. Did you send the report to DVDFab?

http://club.cdfreaks.com/f116/bug-threw-error-230675/[/QUOTE]

No I didn’t. I thought I’d just put it on the forum since it restarted OK and has been working since. Didn’t want to bother Fengtao and Ting if the problem was on my system. I did check DVDFab error codes and it wasn’t there. Will try Google.:o

[QUOTE=Jimbo;1930162]The error code list is at the top of the forum page and error 157 isn’t a FAB or a VSO error so must be something else :confused::confused:[/QUOTE]

Thanks for the reply. I did check the DVDfab error reports and saw it wasn’t there, so I guess my next move will be to try Google. Will post results if I find anything.:slight_smile:

[quote=Rimrunner;1930333]Thanks for the reply. I did check the DVDfab error reports and saw it wasn’t there, so I guess my next move will be to try Google. Will post results if I find anything.:)[/quote] If everything is working okay now I myself wouldn’t worry about it to much as it may have just been a slight glitch in something, anyway glad that you are up and running