AnyDVD is disabled for Drive D:!

Discussion in 'AnyDVD' started by sportsnut, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. sportsnut

    sportsnut New Member

    I have been using AnyDVD for a few months without any problems. I have version 6.1.1.4
    Today when i tried a burn it tells me that AnyDVD is disabled for drive D {my burner} Any help is appreciated.
     
  2. oldjoe

    oldjoe Well-Known Member

    There are numerous threads relating to the problem you are having. It seems to be a trend with version 6.1.1.4.
     
  3. carolinamoons

    carolinamoons Well-Known Member

    I have the same problem but if you just ignore that message and go ahead with the burning process,you will find that it will work anyway and burn the backup just fine.I have had this warning for about the last 4 updates from anydvd but it still works fine so just ignore it and keep burning!:D
     
  4. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    Even though, that still isn't right.
     
  5. carolinamoons

    carolinamoons Well-Known Member

    whos to say whats right or wrong,as long as it is still burning the movie what is there to complain about.Do all your programs and your computer or anything in life for that matter always do exactly what it should?
     
  6. DetroitBaseball

    DetroitBaseball Well-Known Member

    It shouldn't come up with an error message, that's out of the normal behavior of AnyDVD.
     
  7. zebadee

    zebadee Moderator

    Hi :)
    AnyDVD is disabled for blank media. What's there for it to do?
    See here:
     
  8. sportsnut

    sportsnut New Member




    The problem is that it "still isn't burning a movie" ! I can't get it to work now...
     
  9. Bunnyrip2

    Bunnyrip2 Well-Known Member

    AnyDVD

    AnyDVD doesn't "Burn the Movie". It is only used to remove the protection. A Program like CloneDVD 2 is used to "Burn the Movie". Are you saying that AnyDVD won't remove the protection? If the Red Fox Head is Red Then Any DVD is enabled,once you insert the source disc, it will turn pink, then eventually turn Red again. It has then removed the protection. At this point, you can start using your burning program, like CloneDVD 2, (My Favorite!) Nero, etc. Of course, you will need a blank disc to burn the movie to. Depending on your setup, you may already have it in a drive. I use 2 drives, 1 for the source disc for reading, 1 for the blank for burning. If AnyDVD is not working for you, do you have the "trial version"? And is it set up using default settings? Did you re-start the computer after install? I am asking these questions because I have had AnyDVD for several years and if I can say one thing for certain about it, it is this: It always works! :agree: I hope you can get it straightened out. Slysoft is very helpful. Email their support team.
     
  10. zebadee

    zebadee Moderator

    Hi :)
    @ sportsnut. Should follow info in the sticky about this type of post. The problem you have is likely to be either burner or burning s/w related. What DVDRW -F/W + the burning s/w program you use.