mattrix's mention of deleting the DragonFace folder reminded me of one thing that may be messing up DragonFace results for some people, apart from the dependencies on version (of either DragonFace or OS).|
As you know dragonface unpacks the entire image into various files, some in the system's temp folder, and some in its own program folder.
But if both OS and DragonFace are installed with defaults for most things, then both those folders will be on the C: boot partition.
And that's a partition some people like to keep small, to simplify partition backup.
But if there is not sufficient free space on that partition to unpack the entire image, then DragonFace will of course fail, one way or another.
I've only measured the difference for the DragonFace folder (the temp stuff is probably small enough to ignore), and the disk space used by that folder rose from 70 MB to 619 MB after launching DragonFace and loading an Android image. So clearly this would have failed if less than 549 MB had been free at the time.
For most of us with modern desktop systems and HDDs this is probably not an issue, but it might affect someone having a laptop with a small HDD already overstuffed by other storage needs. It's something to keep in mind, just as another thing to check for in these cases.
Best regards: dlanor