Inside Out Can't Be Scanned

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by YAUN, Dec 23, 2015.

  1. YAUN

    YAUN New Member

    RedBox version of non Blu-Ray DvD of Inside Out. Country of origin is probably US. AnyDvD and AnyDvD (on a PC) loop endlessly with "AnyDVD is scanning the disc! The disc you have inserted will be available shortly. Please wait." As a result, I can't seem to find a logfile, I assume, since there is no successful scan. Clicking "Default" does not change this outcome. Hope this helps; will provide any info that will help resolve this if I can. Thank you.
  2. scotton

    scotton Well-Known Member

    Since this movie has been out for a while can you check for scratches on disk or clean it. Its just a guess .
  3. squidracerX

    squidracerX Member

    I am having this same issue, I had older version and it wouldn't work, but i just bought lifetime subscription for for $100 just to burn this movie haha WHOOPS no refunds.
    And i still get the endless loop of it trying to scan, and not. Also Inside Out from Redbox. Wont even make a logfile...

    movie will play, i cant sit and watch it on my laptop, but it wont unlock program.
  4. squidracerX

    squidracerX Member

    Oh after puttering and not scanning, i closed out and maybe it did make a ziplog? I attached - hope its right?

    My computer starts wigging out like its making scans over and over so its hard to just let it keep running. i get 100s of notifications over and over...

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  5. squidracerX

    squidracerX Member

    I got en error that popped up now - anydvd exception!
    please post this dump file....

    Not sure what any of that means, but here is the dumpfile....

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  6. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    There's another block like that, looks like defective but I could be wrong. Read errors usually have sense 3 or 5. James will have to take a look.

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  7. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    I'm not 100% sure, but I believe it is a defective and / or dirty disc and / or drive.