Possible problem with AnyDVD

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by reeducate58, Feb 17, 2007.

  1. reeducate58

    reeducate58 New Member


    I downloaded the latest update of AnyDVD ( I was asked to restart my computer, which I did with no problem. When I later shut down my computer and tried to log on a couple of hours later, I found that my computer would not boot up. I would see the Windows XP start screen and then the screen went blank. I crashed my computer and tried to restart Windows normally and then in Safe Mode. Neither worked. I am open to any suggestions.


    RAMROD Well-Known Member

    No Problem

    I downloaded no problem i turned my pc off and rebooted it my pc started up with no problems:clap:
  3. JComando

    JComando New Member

    AnyDVD V1.2.3 Install Problem

    My questions are: Are you suppose to uninstall the old version before installing V1.2.3? I did NOT, the install appears to be OK but I no longer have the "fox" on my task bar. In the program setting I do Not have hide icon checked. Any suggestions?...Thanks
  4. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    You shouldn't have to uninstall the program. But if I were you, I would uninstall. Reboot. Reinstall. Reboot. Keep your key file backed up safely.

    RAMROD Well-Known Member

    I didn't have to uninstall I did as I do with every update download and install and every thing has worked as it should i backed up save the last dance 1 and 2 and a old western shane and the departed today and had no problem and it backed up menus and special features usually I dont backup the special features but i thought i would this time just to see that all was well. Thanks AnyDvd :bowdown:
  6. therivetman

    therivetman Well-Known Member

    Program's Fine...

    Go in Safe Mode...under "run" type msconfig....go to "start up" and uncheck all the items listed...restart the computer and it should be fine....try to isolate the 3rd party program that doesn't like anydvd123, under start up items and let us know here...you can do that by starting each item under "start up" on it's own...thankyou!
  7. therivetman

    therivetman Well-Known Member

    Try Scandisk first...

    You may have to start with "c prompt only" and run scandisk with a full surface scan to determine if your hardrive is damaged...after this you should be able to get up and running in "safe mode"