Dear community, please show understanding if I sound like a noob - but in this case I am a complete newbie. I bought a BD-drive for my PC and wanted to rip some of my favourite movies (which I own as originals!) so that I can have them on my NAS to open them quickly via Smart-TV. Some movies work flawless, some don't. It doesn`t look like a "scratches/defective disc" thing. It seems like the BD-drive has a problem with some protections I guess. I also tried Handbrake (incl. the needed .dll file) or AnyDVD. Nothing helped. I came across a file, named "ASUS-BC-12D2HT-3.11-WM00300-211902271319.bin". In some forums it says that I have to flash my drive so that it works better. 1. Is it true that flashing can help in this case? 2. How do I get to know which version my drive has at the moment? 3. Any help on how to flash a drive? Is there a special tool or something that overwrites the original firmware with the .bin file mentioned above? I am looking forward to your help. Thank you very much.