Originally Posted by Adbear
It's simple to check, at the point that Handbrake couldn't see it was the disc showing up in AnyDVD and could you browse it in Windows explorer? If you could then it's a handbrake issue, if you couldn't then it's possible the disc may have taken longer to read due to decrypting or a slight read fault on the disc
Windows explorer was able to see the BD, and I was able to browse it, I actually did this inside HB, since HB didn't "see" the BD, I used it's folder option to browse and it could browse the BD, but didn't "see" it as a bluray disc. Now, I don't know which software caused the problem, but the only software that changed was AnyDVD. I have and continue to use the same HB for several weeks now, on more than 30 BD prior to this. And to have this happen exactly after rebooting with the new version of AnyDVD... I dunno, but Rockford (and old TV show) had a saying, which I paraphrase... I don't believe in co-inky-dink!