I've been working on editing a video of a play our theatre company produced; I have 2 performances taped, and am splicing them together for best sound quality (outdoor production). I've gotten thru 75% of the project. I got tied up with work for a week, and today came back to finish the project. But lo and behold, when I try to open the .nvc, I get the dreaded "Nerovision.exe has generated errors", it tells me "an error log is being created", and down Nero goes-- but it doesn't give me the option to name and/or save the error log, as it has before with burn errors. I can't find the thing to save my life. Other .nvc files open fine. Somehow in the past week my project got corrupted (despite my barely being near the PC in that time). And since Nero offers no "Save As" among its bright shiny colorful buttons, that was the only copy of the file (Note to self-- go back the damn thing up yourself in file manager). I'm using Nero Burning ROM 220.127.116.11 and NeroVision 18.104.22.168. Having tested several releases, that combo has provided the most stable/reliable burning for me. Not sure now about the quality of video editing. My questions are: 1. Where the #$%^&* is this $%^&*($# error log?!?!? 2. Does Nero (fingers x'd) automatically make backups of recent projects for crash protection? If so, where would they be located? 3. Is there any way of fixing this corrupted file, or do I just get to start completely over with joyless abandon? Thanks in advance for any advice.