Originally Posted by Jaster
Weird. I'm using the latest version, the drive usually works fine and the disk is brand new and clean, just purchased from Amazon US. What beats me is why not everyone has this problem. I guess it could be related to my BR drive.
Because of my problems with this movie and because I'd read about DVD FAB producing the fix, I tried disabling AnyDVD and downloaded a functioning 30-day free trial of the latest version of DVD FAB. It successfully copied the *.m2ts file and Handbrake was then able to rip to other formats as usual. Go figure...
You need to read the sticky 'How to ask for help, BEFORE you post
' and post up all requested information, once you've done that then maybe someone will see what may be causing the issue as this film was dealt with a while ago. I've looked over at the DVDfab site and the only reference to this film that I could find was a fix for the DVD version not the Blu-ray.
Also you don't say in what way it's failing, if it's a read error then that's not copy protection as Blu-ray discs don't contain structural copy protection like DVD's which means if you get a read error it's always a faulty/dirty disc or failing drive