It happen again to my drives.

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Watcher0363, Mar 10, 2021.

  1. Watcher0363

    Watcher0363 Well-Known Member

    Posting this log file dump. Before I uninstall all my drives and anydvd because all my drives are useless once again.
     

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  2. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Please be so kind, to elaborate:

    I don't understand, what the problem was (you said "once again"?) or is.
    What exactly does "happen again to your drives"?
    When do you receive a dump? Can you create an AnyDVD logfile from a random disc?

    EDIT:
    The dump was created while accessing a specific disc. Which one? Please name title, country of origin and version, preferably an Amazon link. Remove the disc, and your computer should work fine.
     
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  3. Watcher0363

    Watcher0363 Well-Known Member

    I have upload a log file created from three different drives of the same dvd. The problem, after the situation that caused the dump file to be created, none of my drives which I have 3 of, would not recognize any dvd unless anydvd was active. The usual solution to get things back to normal is to completely uninstall anydvd and remove the drives under device manager. However there are times when I have to go farther, which is one of these times, because only k drive returned to normal. I will have to do all of the previous then remove the drivers as well and let windows reinstall them. I tend to work with dvd's that are slightly damaged do to me scavenging dvd's from where ever I can get them. I have a pretty good record of bringing dvd's back to life or at least close enough for me to get a good rip. However I do run into dvd's that look pristine and end up causing a situation which creates a dump file and closes anydvd. When ever this happens, sometimes I have a very hard time getting my system back to normal. Once my drives would not even show up under This PC, took about 3 days for me to do something that got them working again.
     

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  4. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    If AnyDVD hangs or crashes, all drives may become unresponsive, because nobody is around to check for the arrival of a new disc.
    However, the solution should be very simple: Remove all discs from your drives, manually start AnyDVD, and all should be back to normal. Worst case would be to reboot the PC. I have no idea why it would take you "3 days to do something that got them working again".