In most cases, this error is caused by multiple drives (one or more burners or emulated drives) interfering with file that are required to load DVDit. Please follow these instructions:
- Save this file it to a location on your hard drive and then unzip it.
- Place the file vxblock.dll in this location on your hard drive: C:\Windows\System32.
- It should tell you that an existing version exists and ask if you would like to replace it. Select Yes.
Note: If it doesn't say this then you're probably not saving it in the correct location. Search your hard drive for this file and replace it with this new version.
- Launch DVDit.
If this previous fix did not work, try disabling one of the drives.
- Right click on My Computer --> Properties
- Select the Hardware tab --> Device Manager and find the CD/DVD-ROM Drives section and expand it.
- If two drives are listed, right click on one and select to disable it.
- Launch DVDit
If that fails, or you do not have two drives, try these steps:
- Download the latest Internet Explorer: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/download-ie]
- Download the latest Direct X: http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/3/c/73cc71c0-13d9-4274-8d9c-33d8a528a396/dxwebsetup.exe
- Download the latest Windows Media Player 10 from Windows Updates.
- Make sure you update your graphics card to the latest drivers. These can be found on the manufacturer of your computer's website or the video card's website.