Which version of Windows?
Click on start, All Programs, Accessories, System Tools, System Information.
Under System Summary, go to +Software Environment, click on the +, then Windows Error Reporting.
Expand the window and drag division vertical line as far left as possible, you will have headers : "Time", "Type", "Details":
Time is when error happened and can be covered.
Type will be Application Error so it can be covered up.
Go to Details and this header will turn from gray to white. Move cursor to left of "Details" until cursor turns to larger + at that point hold left mouse button down and drag as far left as possible allowing you to see errors, dlls etc that are stopping the programs. This is the more useful information.
Play around in the System Information (you will not hurt your system as it us read only at this point) and you may be surprised what you may find. I seem to think I have posted most of this information before.
Per prior requests, I broke this down to smaller chunks.
At present time I am not having any problems with Fab, but have experience problems before and know trouble shooting can be frustrating. No software is perfect, if it was I would still be running Windows 2.0 which cost $20.00.
I also miss the old forums, but someone paid a professional to bring it down. Also there are sites selling unauthorized copies of Fab. Last time I had trouble with Fab was when I installed Nero 6 Ultra Edition to burn a couple of CDs. As I have posted before many programs compete for resources such as dlls and Windows may team it with a version that is not compatible with the program.