My problem with Shoot 'Em Up

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Sunman, Jan 4, 2008.

  1. Sunman

    Sunman New Member

    I tried this fix using those settings and after the initial deep scan I get:

    WARNING!

    Failed to read DVD!
    with 4 possible reasons.

    If I then try to right click to rip video to harddisk I then get:
    anydvd ripper with a red X with " Common 0 4294967295 4628806" error.

    This is a brand new purchase of this movie. I am using version 6.3.0.3. Any other things I need to set? BTW when is the newer version of anydvd (ie. 6.3.0.5) that in this thread did work going to be available to registered users?
     
  2. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    1
    a)Click the red fox icon on your toolbar.
    b) Navigate to "Program Settings".
    c) Click "enable logging".
    d) Click "ok".
    e) Put the problematic original disc in your optical drive/reader.
    f) Go to your My Documents folder
    g) You will see a zip file called "Anydvd_Info_titleofmydisc.zip"
    h) When replying or posting in the Slysoft forums, look for the icon that looks like [​IMG]
    i) if you don't see that icon, click the "go advanced" button. You should see that icon now. Click the paperclip.
    j) a small pop-up screen should appear (if it doesn't please ensure your browser is enabled to allow pop-ups from the Slysoft forums)
    k) click the "Browse" button, and locate and select the .zip file you created.
    l) click "upload"

    2. Download Nero cd-dvd speed. It's a free program. With Anydvd running in the background, select the tab labeled "scandisc". Select the appropriate drive letter, and click "start". If Nero cd-dvd speed reports read errors, your disc is (probably) bad and needs to be exchanged--even if it plays fine (or your optical drive could be slowly dying).
     
  3. Sunman

    Sunman New Member

    Here it is...

    I have followed your instructions and here is the zip file. Thanks for looking into this so quickly
     

    Attached Files:

  4. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Wow, where to begin . . .


    1. James recommends using the standard Microsoft ide controller drivers--not Intel's. I'm not very familiar with Windows 2000, however, so while I may have a basic idea of how to change this, I don't have specific instructions for you.

    2. You've got a Sonic Solutions' Drag-to-Disc packet writing software (i.e., junk) on your system that is likely causing a conflict while reading the disc.
    If you want to drag and drop files, invest in a dvd-ram solution instead (it's more stable).


    And James also notes that this Oak filter/driver causes a lot of problems.



    i) Create a backup of your registry
    ii) Download imgburn. It's a free program: http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download
    (it's also an excellent program imo)
    iii) Go to Tools > Filter Driver Load Order. Select "DLACDBHM". Click "Remove Selected Filter". Select "drvmcdb". Click "Remove Selected Filter". Select "cdrbsdrv". Click "Remove selected filter". Select "Cdr4_2K". Click "Remove Selected Filter". Select "AFS2K". Click "Remove Select filter". Click "ok".
    iv) Reboot


    Keep in mind the programs that installed those filters will no longer function properly.

    3. Download Nero cd-dvd speed. It's a free program. With Anydvd running in the background, select the tab labeled "scandisc". Select the appropriate drive letter, and click "start". If Nero cd-dvd speed reports read errors, your disc is (probably) bad and needs to be exchanged--even if it plays fine (or your optical drive could be slowly dying).