I waited until now in the hope that the XP problems had been ironed out.[/QUOTE]
If you was one of many XP users that tried the QT version when it was first released you may want to try doing a “Clean uninstall of DVDFab”, however this does require you to uninstall any and all versions you may have on your system you will also need your registration key handy to activate the product.
The clean uninstall also required going into the registry and delete all DVDFab entries from several registry hives, if you have never edited the registry before you should have a friend or someone who has help you.
The DVDFab QT version was modified a while back to resolve the XP issue so the registry patch you speak of should no longer be required, after you [B]follow the guide below[/B] for doing a clean uninstall I suggest you install the latest QT version first and confirm it works first before installing any older version.