While on the subject of computer tales of woe: 3 weeks ago my bluray drive started to hang up and ruin 2 out of 3 discs. I bought another- Pioneer. It burned flawlessly except 3d disks would no longer play video, just audio on my Panasonic player. They would play on my Sony and on the computer but very choppy. I bought an external Asus drive in the unlikely event that it was a hardware conflict. Same thing happenned. Same result also on a new Dell XPS8700. After more uninstalling and reinstalling of Power Director and many other programs again and again, both computers were so screwed up I got the reinstallation discs and did clean system installs yesterday. In the process, it was determined that the new 8700 might have a bad hard drive, and since under warranty, Dell has Fedexed a replacement. In the mean time, the main editing computer started to correctly burn 3d bluray last night with the Pioneer drive. Ready to celebrate I was. I also had to uninstall the new Nvidia drivers in it which had made Power Director almost cease to function, with an older set of drivers, it appeared all was well. This afternoon, all problems with Power Director were back with a vengence. At the moment I'm sitting here running a full hardware diagnostic which is taking forever since my second storage drive is 4tb. If it's not hardware, I'm dead in the water and clueless. I'm even wondering if one of the many, unending Windows updates might be playing games with Cyberlink. I suppose as a last resort, I could shoot the computer-lol!