Interesting problem here...I've been using AnyDVD for several years with no issues, until I tried to process my copy of Ant-Man. The copy plays fine in a Blu-ray player, but, when I put the disc in my computer, AnyDVD scans the disc for waaaay longer than you'd expect. Here's what the log shows: Summary for drive F: (AnyDVD HD 220.127.116.11, BDPHash.bin 18-01-30) HL-DT-ST BD-REWH16NS40 1.00 Drive (Hardware) Region: 1 Current profile: BD-ROM Media is a Blu-ray disc. Total size: 20851648 sectors (40725 MBytes) Video Blu-ray label: MARVELS_ANT_MAN Media is AACS protected! Drive supports bus encryption! Error getting volume hash! ERROR processing Blu-ray disc! If I try ripping the Blu-ray to my harddrive, I get a "Drive Not Ready" error. I tried another computer, and got the same results. To me, it looks like this is a bad copy, but the disk will play fine in a Blu-ray player. If I turn off AnyDVD, the computer will show a volume label for the disk. If I turn AnyDVD back on, the volume label disappears and the problem comes back. Anybody seen an error like this before?