Arrow S06

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by AngelGraves13, Aug 18, 2018.

  1. AngelGraves13

    AngelGraves13 Well-Known Member

    Doesn't work...

    Summary for drive J: (AnyDVD HD 8.2.7.0, BDPHash.bin 18-01-30)
    HL-DT-ST BD-REWH16NS60 1.01
    Drive (Hardware) Region: 1
    Current profile: BD-ROM
    Media is a Blu-ray disc.

    Total size: 18149024 sectors (35447 MBytes)
    Video Blu-ray label: Arrow_Season 6_Disc_1
    Media is AACS protected!
    Drive supports bus encryption!
    AACS MKB version 63
    Problem connecting to AnyDVD update server!
    ERROR processing Blu-ray disc!
     
  2. Lukas

    Lukas Well-Known Member

    you will need to provide a log file :) you will not provide the developers with no fixes I would recommend you send the file here
     
  3. AngelGraves13

    AngelGraves13 Well-Known Member

    I keep getting this for every disc I have. Seems AnyDVD is down??

    Warning, OPD error: HTTP error 12029!
     
  4. AngelGraves13

    AngelGraves13 Well-Known Member

    Log...but it seems I can't connect to the OPD server
     

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  5. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Something on your end is blocking anydvd's connection to the OPD. This is usually down to AV solution.

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  6. AngelGraves13

    AngelGraves13 Well-Known Member

    Not using any...just Windows Firewall.
     
  7. AngelGraves13

    AngelGraves13 Well-Known Member

    I did some searching and just reset Internet Explorer's Advanced options and it seems to be working again...why are we relying on IE in 2018?
     
  8. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member


    I had the exact same "HTTP error 12029" yesterday!


    Researched in the forum and there was a recommendation to add a Windows Firewall rule for AnyDVD when this happens.

    I did that and the problem stopped.

    But it's weird because I didn't have that problem before yesterday and nothing has changed on my computers.


    T
     
  9. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    It's not wierd, AnyDVD only needs a connection for certain discs, so you probably just never had any of those before.
     
  10. TheDarkKnight

    TheDarkKnight Member

    can you check your computer for a virus infection? I think its a Virus infection
     
  11. TheDarkKnight

    TheDarkKnight Member

    Which Windows are you using?
     
  12. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    You think wrong. That error message is well known here and is a classic sign of something blocking anydvd's internet access. Nothing else.

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  13. AngelGraves13

    AngelGraves13 Well-Known Member

    Windows 10. I fixed it by resetting Internet Explorer's settings, which is odd because I had never launched Internet Explorer.
     
  14. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Not unusual that fixes it. Anydvd relies on part of it (WinInet) to access the net. Doesn't reply on IE/EDGE itself completely.

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  15. Lightning Bolt

    Lightning Bolt Active Member

    Just to mention but having no security software makes your PC vulnerable to any type of virus and or malware and spyware. Your PC can be compromised without your knowledge even if you are just doing basic web surfing and or going only specific websites. The Windows fire is not going to protect you PC totally. These days you need more then just a basic firewall to protect you PC. I know security is not 100% either but still better then just relying on the basic windows firewall. I recommend to invest in a security software that will do and will have a better firewall that will protect your PC better. Mainly a suggestion and informing.
     
  16. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Not true. That depends. The basic windows tools built-in do a sufficient job just fine, if you're not doing 'bad stuff' like warez etc. The only real way to get in 'dangerous waters' then is either malicious ads or email attachments.

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  17. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    I don't know Pete I use AnyDVD A LOT and for a lot of different discs.

    Been using since early 2000's (maybe even 1999). I'll watch at LEAST 10 new movies a week.

    More importantly, the message came up for a title that had been scanned before yesterday without that error.

    T
     
  18. DrXenos

    DrXenos Well-Known Member

    Oh please, most of that so-called "security software" is snake oil.
     
  19. thetoad

    thetoad Well-Known Member

    It's worse than that, most non microsoft provided security software hooks into your system in a way that in actuality can make your system more likely to be exploited (at least if someone was actually targeting you, which thankfully most of us are not in the position to be)
     
  20. Lightning Bolt

    Lightning Bolt Active Member

    Well with that being said then whoever can hack and is really good at it and knows what they are doing can pretty much hack any type of software no matter who the software is programed by. Truthfully anyone or group of people if they really wanted to so that means any type of software is not safe if you want go that direction. There is enough said about being off topic for this thread anyway. That is my last 2 cents.