DVD rippers - DVD Fab 9 unresponsive on W8. Alternatives?

Started Jan 9, 2013 | Discussions thread
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VirtualMirage
VirtualMirage Veteran Member • Posts: 3,660
Re: Another Reason to Stay With Win 7 (NT)
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Glenn Haley wrote:

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Why?

So the OP can complain how DVDFab 9 isn't working properly on that OS either?

Your statement is invalid with incorrect presumptions against Windows 8. Your statement comes across as a biased, uninformed opinion that shows no validity to back up the claim.

  1. The software manufacturer labels their software as Windows 8 compatible.
  2. If you read my following post to the OP, DVDFab 9 works on Windows 8 (I've got proof, since it works fine on my PC).  The problem is with the program, not the OS.  His issue has been documented on Windows 7 machines as well.  The recommended solution is to do a fresh install of the application and make sure he is using the latest version.

As for my audio sync issues and the profile issue with AppleTVs, again it is an application issue that is known to the software developer, it has been documented across multiple OS's (Windows 7 included), and there are fixes that are being put in place in future patches.

When an application doesn't work, people love to blame a new OS.  "Oh, that's the OS.  You should have stuck to the previous version.", "Stupid, OS.  Why can't they leave things alone.  Now my application won't work.", etc.  Little do some people realize that the application can be just as much at fault.  In this case, it is the application.

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