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Not sure what the issue is, though I'm inclined to believe at this point that some Windows update has made v12 too old after several days of fighting it. So I bit the bullet and bought v17. Hoping it will solve my problems.

Thanks for the suggestions, frustrating that a software QA guy couldn't get it to work on his own.
My wife and I have digitized some old home videos on VHS and are trying to burn to DVD as a Christmas present for family members. Inevitably it crashes at about 98%, and the last file created seems to be VIDEO_TS.VOB, immediately after VTS_01_0.BUP and VTS_01_0.IFO. Crash logs report as corrupt, but I'm attaching here.

This has failed now on two computers. This has not been a problem previously, as we've followed the same process earlier this year using the same hardware. We are using the Diamond OneTouch Video Caputer USB device for capturing the video signal, and our copy of PowerDirector came with this device.

What other information can I provide to help solve this issue? Any ideas?
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