SATA drive - read failed

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (DVD issues)' started by Chris Main, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. Chris Main

    Chris Main Member

    Now; I think this is to do with the SATA drivers, but I want to confirm this before I do anything stupid....

    I upgraded my DVD drive to a Lite-on SATA DVD-RAM model

    Ever since, I get the following error as DVD Shrink begins to rip the movie file.

    "Copy protection error - the read failed because the sector is encrypted"

    Now.... I know it's not a fundamental issue, cause I can plug in a USB DVD drive and rip with no problems... ANYDVD is doing it's thing, there's just an additional hardware encryption in the SATA drive itself; right?

    I just want to be completely sure about this before changing drivers in the device manager, because I'm not completely sure that the instructions on the Busmaster driver thread relate to SATA drives..

    Any help appreciated...
    Chris
     
  2. Chris Main

    Chris Main Member

    Just realised this is the same issue as beng discussed on the "hello Webslinger" thread; will copy to there..
     
  3. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    Please try the standard Windows drivers, *not* the SATA drivers from the chipset / motherboard manufacturer.
     
  4. Chris Main

    Chris Main Member

    Typically, I started a new thread on exactly this issue, then read this thread:
    What I'd already posted....

    So... I'm getting exactly the same error message, and there's no issue of whether it's a 40 or 80 pin cable, cause it's a SATA data cable.

    This happens on all my DVD's, wheras with my old IDE drive (and my temporary USB drive) all is well.

    Admittedly, I'm using DVD Shrink (was using it before I discovered ANYDVD - Casino Royale brought me to that...) but this is an issue with ANYDVD rather than CloneDVD as far as I understand it.

    I do have some NERO software installed (sorry, I didn't follow the filters discussion... I'm up on Directshow filters but not DVD drive filters) but again, I can flawlessly backup a DVD using a USB drive, so to me, the problem cannot be linked to system software....

    I also realised that I never set or changed the region on my drive - will try that myself.

    Is it not lkely that the drives giving this problem have some hardware level encryption ?
     
  5. Chris Main

    Chris Main Member

    Ok - well, that's a pretty straightforward reply..:eek:

    No ambiguity there; will try it tonight..

    Many thanks; will let you know...
     
  6. James

    James Redfox Development Team Staff Member

    No, I am certain it is a driver issue (and has nothing to do with 40 or 80 pin cables either). Please use the Windows drivers, not the drivers from the chipset maker / motherboard manufacturer (same advice to everyone having a similar problem).
     
  7. mmdavis

    mmdavis Well-Known Member

    Your issue may be different. AnyDVD is not looking at your drive since you are getting that error. Make sure there is a listing of your drive in AnyDVD and that the box next to it is checked. You may want to uncheck those that aren't being used at this time. And Nero is OK as long as you don't have InCD installed.
     
  8. Webslinger

    Webslinger Retired Moderator

    Your issue is unlikely to be related to Fortworth's (who is already using standard Microsoft drivers, provided he did, as he claims to, follow my instructions).