Creating PSP video files from non-encrypted DVD’s using DVDFab 220.127.116.11 no longer works since I began using it in SONY Vaio’s Pre-loaded Windows Vista on this new SONY CR123E laptop.
The versions of DVDFab (3.x) I used on WinXP (SP2) worked just fine with these same digitized DVD’s of friends and family, creating great quality psp-ready files that played on both the WinXP desktop (Media Player 10) as well as SONY’s PSP portable game system.
I’ve tried (in this sequence): Removal/Re-Installation of DVDFab 18.104.22.168, Removal of DVDfab 4.x and reinstallation of older 3.x ver of DVDFab (no change in problem), complete re-image of Win Vista on Sony Laptop, and re-install of DVDFab 3.x (no relief), then up-level to DVDFab 4.x (Still no relief).
I don’t like Vista for many other reasons, but I thought that it would at least work this much. Error message in WinMedia Player for Vista states there is a Windows Update that fixes the sound chip error keeping the file from playing, but installing Windows’ “solution” didn’t alter the problem. Soundchip is Realtek Hi-Def, driver version 22.214.171.124 Vista’s “solution” proved to be a joke. Kind of like Vista itself.
Anyone have any ideas, please?