When Windows performs an in-place upgrade, it can result in Drive Bender failing to start after the upgrade completes. This issue is caused by some of the dependencies required by Drive Bender, are removed during the upgrade process.
To fix this issue, simply perform the following steps.
1) Uninstall Drive Bender - Note if the setup will not uninstall Drive Bender (which has been reported), download an earlier version of Drive Bender (http://files.division-m.com/DriveBender%20v2390.exe), install over the top of the corrupt installation, then reboot and uninstall that version).
2) Reboot (important).
3) Install the latest version.