I recently replaced my motherboard, so I don't know if my problems are caused by that, or the new version(s) of anydvd I have upgraded to, but I have attempted (abt 4 times) to rip Micheal Clayton Blu-Ray disc to hard drive without success. I get the blue screen of death at about 80% progress. While troubleshooting I noticed as the ripping progresses, the file size does not: it is static at 170KB. I have a Pioneer BDC-202. I just successfully flashed the firmware (posted 4/1/08), and the problem still exists. The movie plays from the disc. The motherboard I put in is a MSI nForce4 Standard Chipset. Seems odd that it would be the mobo, but I also got the blue screen of death when I was attempting to shrink the size of Donnie Brasco. I have downloaded about 4 versions of AnyDVD since my last rip. My current version is 220.127.116.11. I have tried using Region A or the new automatic option. Also, I attempted create a log file to post here, but when I do so...the file is not in the destination file where Anydvd said it would be. Any thoughts? Bonus question: when I installed the newer versions Of AnyDVD, my firewall (Zonealarm) tells me AnyDVD is attempting to monitor my keystrokes and I get another message that it is accessing the internet. Why is it doing these actions?