Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by rictheyardi, Jul 9, 2020.
Trying to backup Becky blu ray dvd but it not even recognized in the drive..
Disable anydvd for a moment, does windows see the disc now? If not, it's not an anydvd problem but a drive/disc problem. If the drive doesn't detect the disc, it can't tell anydvd there's something to decrypt.
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I'm having the same issue of not recognizing that a disk is in the drive (Windows 10 Pro)... (BUT!!!
ASUS BW-16D1HT - Does NOT work
LG-WH16NS60 - Does NOT work
LG-BU40N - Does NOT work
BUT.... the Pioneer - BDR-XD05 - DOES work! (Old-School Drive; 2015)
I wonder what is different with this drive/hardware/disk???
Why not post some AnyDVD logfiles?
Sorry... I thought it was a hardware issues not an ANYDVD software issue.
Log file attached....
The latest stable version is 188.8.131.52, I avoid using beta software. 184.108.40.206 is in beta.
I dislike the use of the term "stable version", as it insinuates, that beta versions are somehow "unstable", which is nonsense.
In most cases, beta versions simply have some new or modified feature that needs testing and may be in a sense "unstable" - while the rest of the software works as always.
The beta state of the current version is of no consequence to the matter in question here.
Plus it's fine if you decide to avoid beta versions - but if everyone held that position, release versions would never become "stable".
According to the log, only a "Ven_WD&Prod_Virtual_CD_260D&Rev_2003" drive (whatever this is?) is attached. Apart from the Pioneer, of course.
And you're right, it is not an AnyDVD issue. Just trying to help you troubleshoot.
I can tell you, 220.127.116.11 is more stable than 18.104.22.168
Ok, well, thank you for explaining that.
I only have one drive at a time connected. The disk is only recognized by the Pioneer BDR-XD05 drive (MFD March 2015). I used someones newer Pioneer BDR-XD05 drive with a MFD of July 2019 and that worked also. I used the Pioneer drive and original disk to create the log file (no virtual ISO file/drive used). All the other drives just keep hunting with the laser sliding back and forth for about a minute... then saying no disk found. Also my ASUS and LG-WH16NS60 have been flashed. Thoughts???
I'm having the same issue with 2 different copies of the disk. I have 2 BD drives AnyDVD 22.214.171.124 latest patches to Win 10
LG HL-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40
ASUS BW-16D1HT USB Device
Can't produce log because disc is not seen.
Disk is seen on older machine with latest Win 10 Patch Anydvd 126.96.36.199
LG DT-DT-ST BD-RE BH16NS40
There has to be some software variation but drivers seem to match.
You can produce logs anyway. But if Windows doesn't see the discs, AnyDVD won't either.
I have the same issue. Here is the log.
actually no you don't. The volume name is the same, but your logfile status information specifically mentions "WARNING: Read errors on disc!"
Separate names with a comma.