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    Thumbs up Crash after VIDEO_TS selection: Conflict with Windows Sidebar ...

    I've been using AnyDVD & CloneDVD for years, both on XP Pro & Vista Ultimate, without a problem.
    I downloaded CloneDVD Mobile to give it a try but when I got to selecting the video file I constantly got the message "CloneDVD mobile Application has stopped working A problem caused the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available."
    I trawled through this forum & tried everything suggested, including the tabtip.exe & asghost.exe solutions, without success.
    I've been using Windows Sidebar which comes with Vista.
    Through a process of elimination I found that if I close Windows Sidebar I don't get the error message and CloneDVD Mobile works perfectly. When I restart Windows Sidebar again, & try to use CloneDVD Mobile, up pops the error message again.
    I hope this may help some of you Vista users having similar issues. Just try temporarily closing Windows Sidebar while you use CloneDVD Mobile.

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    It certainly works the first time i stopped the side bar. Thank you 'dang'. however there must still be a problem that has only just developed as we got the problem on the same day it seems. Sly fox should sort this out ASAP as we paid good money for the program to work. I have used it on the same computer for about a year now with side bar on, so why should just stop working?

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    I seem to have fixed it (for me anyhow)

    Right click on the icon and choose run as administrator.

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    Default CloneDVD mobile application error stopped working

    Quite a number of our customers were successful by stopping the Wacom Tablet Service (TabTip) and/or Norton Ghost before opening CloneDVD mobile.

    Closing the Windows sidebar also helps - provided the Tablet Service and Norton Ghost don't run, either. Fun factor: On some systems all tools work together in perfect harmony, as some of our customers report...

    It's not clear why or how these services interfere with CloneDVD mobile. Since Windows uses a shared components architecture, this can happen for a wide number of reasons.
    Chris Gonzales
    Slysoft Support

    You take the blue pill and the story ends. You wake in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe.
    You take the red fox and you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes.

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    I'm getting the same thing here. The program works fine on my old PC, but it crashes on my new tablet laptop running Vista Home Premium after you choose the video_ts folder. I've tried stopping the sidebar. I also tried to stop the tabtip process but can't seem to do it. There seems to be two processes named the same thnig. One won't allow me to stop it - the other lets me but the process still appears in the list.

    At the moment I'm having to use the free MPEG Streamclip program, which works well but is quite slow.

    Ps, I was trying to process the movie 'Wanted', region 4. It opens fine in CloneDVDMobile on my old PC running XP.

    [edit] I managed to stop the tablet operations from the 'Services' window in Vista, rather than the processes window, and now the program works!
    It's not called tabtip in the services window, but look for things with Tablet in the name. So, RIGHT click on the taskbar and choose Task Manager. Now click the 'services' tab and the button at the bottom that says Services or Services Manager or something (sorry I haven't got it in front of me right now).
    From here you can stop the tablet services.
    Last edited by da5id; 5th January 2009 at 01:14.

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    Default TabletInputService

    John,
    I had the same problem. I got a Bamboo Fun for Christmas and added it to my Windows Vista Home Premium w/Service Pack 1 setup.

    I also have AnyDVD and other Slysoft products running.

    I methodically went through and tried turning off things that I thought might fix the problem....ONE BY ONE.....and then tried to run CloneDVDMobile.

    I had open the Task Manager and the Services program.

    The fix for me, was to turn off the "TabletInputServices" in the SERVICES program. As soon as it went off, I tried running CloneDVDMObile and it worked fine.

    Give this a try - good luck,
    Mike

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    Default Same

    Tablet Input Services disabled works for me too on a Latitude XT tablet w Vista. It's surprising since I ran it once (Star Wars IV) without any problem....

    It would be great if (among the myriad of other tasks and improvements you are doing) this could be rectified.

    Thanks.

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    Stopping the service "TabletInputService" made it work on my LenovoTablet pc running Vista Ultimate. Now I can start using the software again.

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    Default Another option

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Gonzales View Post
    Quite a number of our customers were successful by stopping the Wacom Tablet Service (TabTip) and/or Norton Ghost before opening CloneDVD mobile.

    Closing the Windows sidebar also helps - provided the Tablet Service and Norton Ghost don't run, either. Fun factor: On some systems all tools work together in perfect harmony, as some of our customers report...

    It's not clear why or how these services interfere with CloneDVD mobile. Since Windows uses a shared components architecture, this can happen for a wide number of reasons.
    Chris, and others:

    I had exactly the same problem after two successful burn attempts - the trigger was a reboot. After rebooting the PC I got the same as you all - the crash as you try to select the VIDEO_TS folder on the DVD. Again, by a process of elimination, I have found that I can make the problem go away by stopping all the tablet services. Note this is not the same as stopping the processes in Task Manager - they just restart. Instead, go into Control Panel, Administrative Tasks, Services, locate the two tablet services (starting Tablet...) in the list of services, and stop them both. If one or both won't stop, edit the settings for the service so that it starts manually rather than automatically and try again.

    What's interesting here is that once CloneDVDMobile is running, you can restart the tablet services and all works beautifully. As a former software developer myself it has all the hallmarks of an old-fashioned DLL base-address conflict, that the tablet services manage quite happily if CloneDVDMobile is already alive where they want to be, but CloneDVDMobile doesn't handle if the tablet apps are already there. It looks like the app is trying to access memory at DLL base-address + n, expecting that the base address is where it wants to be, rather than where Windows has moved it to because that address wasn't free.

    Hope some/any/all of this helps, and good luck. Other than this, hugely impressed with the product!

    TC

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    Default Same problem got it working.

    I'm running the Windows 7 Beta. Same thing happened to me. CloneDVD Mobile "stopped working" after selecting disk.

    I had to turn off two services for my Cintiq:
    TabletInputService
    TabletServiceWacom

    Once I stopped both of these services everything worked fine. Hope this helps...

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