Boardwalk Empire S01 BD50 Disc 2 of 5

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by porkbucket, Dec 2, 2015.

  1. porkbucket

    porkbucket New Member


    having a little trouble here trying to copy Boardwalk Empire S01 BD50 Disc 2 of 5.
    I have tried 3 different commercial discs (two from netflix) and I still get the same exact results:

    Error reading from drive D:!
    Sectors: 17846592-17846623
    Sectors: 17847136-17847167
    Sectors: 17847168-17847199
    Sectors: 17848640-17848671
    Sectors: 17849664-17849695
    Sectors: 17852288-17852319
    Sectors: 17855040-17855071
    Sectors: 17858368-17858399
    Sectors: 17858400-17858431
    Sectors: 17859648-17859679

    Keep getting read errors, all other work - just this one will not

    AnyDVD HD beta
    Title: BD50 - Boardwalk Empire Season 1 Disc 2
    Country: US

    Summary for drive D: (AnyDVD HD, BDPHash.bin 15-08-10)
    PIONEER BD-RWBDR-209M 1.20 14/04/08PIONEER
    Drive (Hardware) Region: 1
    Current profile: BD-ROM
    Media is a Blu-ray disc.
    Total size: 21938368 sectors (42848 MBytes)
    Video Blu-ray label: BWE_S1_D2
    Media is AACS protected!
    Drive supports bus encryption!
    AACS MKB version 20
    Removed AACS copy protection!

    My guess it's the manufacturer, but on three different discs and same sectors?

    I have a PIONEER BDXL BD-RW BDR-2209 (windows reports it as a BDR-209M SCSI)

    Anybody have any clues or suggestions?

    Last edited: Dec 2, 2015
  2. porkbucket

    porkbucket New Member

    Log file attached

    Attached Files:

  3. Adbear

    Adbear Well-Known Member

    You need to post a logfile from the original disc.
    If you get read errors on a Blu-ray then it's always a faulty/dirty disc or failing drive, only thing you can try to do is either clean the disc or replace it. If you get the read error in exactly the same place on multiple copies then it's a manufacturing issue, nothing new about that, and not much you can do about it other than either ask for a replacement until you get a working one, or try and find out exactly which file is faulty. If you are lucky it may be a trailer which you might be able to either leave out or make a copy of one of the other trailers and rename the copy to match the broken file
  4. porkbucket

    porkbucket New Member

    Thanks for the reply adbear...

    Yes the errors do indeed involve the same sectors, so it appears to be a manufacturing error as I suspected. Thanks for confirming that. Unfortunately of few of the tracks are two episodes, so I guess I'm gonna address the issue with the manufacturer next. Although it's probably a good idea not to explain too much in detail such as the errors I get while trying to rip it with AnyDVD HD :)