I can’t give an exact error on this one. However, after upgrading to 126.96.36.199D I can no longer add mpeg2 files to NVE for DVD authoring. I click Make a DVD, DVD-VIDEO, and then add video files… just like I’ve always done and now it hangs for a few seconds and then spits out a very nice encrypted error box. (I kid you not, it’s like some windows error report I believe, but everything past the header is completely encrypted). Anyway, at that point after I click ok to get rid of that box another one pops up from NVE telling me the file couldn’t be added. After that if I try to add the same file again it just simply tells me it can’t be added. I’ve had no problems with this in the past, so, I went back to 188.8.131.52 and even went so far as to wipe the registry entries for NVE before reinstalling and it’s doing the same thing now. I’m on windows xp sp2 on a Dell Inspiron 9300 with a gig of ram, 60 gig hard drive, sony 8x dvd burner, ati x300 128 meg video. Up until this upgrade, all was working well.
Possible software of conflict is AnyDVD 184.108.40.206 and CloneDVD 220.127.116.11 but neither of them are set to load at start up and I haven’t run either of them since I did this upgrade. Drivers are all from Dell and the latest versions. Windows updates are all up to date as always. I don’t have a lot running at startup and nothing that wasn’t present when this was working with the older version. Not even being able to go back is kinda frustrating.
Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!!