BlueRay Hunter Killer Problem

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by Harley51, Feb 1, 2019.

  1. Harley51

    Harley51 Well-Known Member

    I'm trying to copy Hunter Killer and I keep getting Sector read errors. During the creation of the log file this is what I get. Log file is attached and two pictures of the errors.
     

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  2. az_raiden

    az_raiden Well-Known Member

    For the Region, just select your appropriate region; don;t use "Region Free".
     
  3. Harley51

    Harley51 Well-Known Member

    Selecting the region doesn't work when you rip to an ISO. It shouldn't ask you that during a Rip TO iso. Maybe James can look at this I believe it's having trouble with bad sectors
     
  4. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    It doesn't ask for the region during ripping, nothing to look into in that regard.

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  5. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Looks to me like a defective and / or dirty disc and / or drive.
     
  6. Harley51

    Harley51 Well-Known Member

    Can someone explain what this means from the log file.

    Warning: VerifyTitleKeys failed!
    93.91s: Begin remaster
    93.91s: check screenpass...
    94.16s: read sectors failed, sense 5:6f:2
    94.16s: read error 1157696 to 1157712, max 23888448, io->read_error 1
    98.84s: read sectors failed, sense 5:6f:2
    98.84s: read error 1104368 to 1104384, max 23888448, io->read_error 1
    99.36s: read sectors failed, sense 5:6f:2
    99.36s: read error 7706384 to 7706400, max 23888448, io->read_error 1
     
  7. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    It's in the message

    94.16s: read sectors failed, sense 5:6f:2

    there's READ errors on the disc, the line below it says which exact sectors. So as james said, most likely dirty/defective disc
     
  8. Harley51

    Harley51 Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the info
     
  9. Pete

    Pete Forum Admin Staff Member

    This is a bit confusing and needs clarification.
    Selecting the correct region will remove the region check when ripping to ISO (unless you are going for "keep protection").
    AnyDVD will always attempt to remove the region code when you insert the disc (unless you leave the option switched off), because it wants to present the disc to the system with all protections removed.
    After all AnyDVD was not designed to be a ripper tool - it's a background-decrypter. "Ripping" is just an add-on for convenience.