Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by MartyTwem, May 19, 2018.
I'm getting the above message. Logfile is attached. Thank you.
Seems like there's an issue with the OPD.
@Ivan log indicated error 413
Sent from my Nexus 6P with Tapatalk
Any idea when this might be fixed?
Don't worry, the disc isn't supported anyway.
BTW, that log file also should contain the new AACS information. It has been confirmed as also running the revision.
I thought so. Thanks for confirming.
I am getting the problem with a bluray (not 4K) of a different movie. Attaching log. Any help would be appreciated.
You have a very different problem and should ask in a very different thread.
I suspect your firewall doesn't let AnyDVD connect to the OPD.
Sorry - but I am also getting "Problem connecting to AnyDVD update server" error. I can certainly create a new thread and ask there but how is it different than the original problem of this thread? Just asking for clarification.
And no, my firewall has not changed - I've been using Windows 7 with the Norton firewall for 6 years. Nothing on the OS or firewall changed in months and I was able to decrypt discs using AnyDVD last week without issues.
EDIT: Hmm...I just disabled the Norton firewall and it seems to work. My apologies James for doubting your suggestion. Like in the past - you have predicted correctly what the real issue was. I somehow suspect something changed with Norton firewall, though I did not change anything - I always had made an exception to AnyDVD to make outbound calls...but looks like that rule may have changed/gotten deleted...and there might be other folks like me out there...who knows. Problem resolved - big thank you, James!
EDIT2: I wonder if the exe changed location or name (I doubt it but a thought - since that could render my prior exception on Norton useless).
Separate names with a comma.