FF7 Advent Children Complete (Blu-Ray) Drive is not ready!)

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray)' started by Miles_Wolf, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. Miles_Wolf

    Miles_Wolf Member

    Hi there!

    I own an original Blu-Ray of the Movie "Final Fantasy VII Advent Children Complete", and I want to rip it to my HDD. The Blu-Ray is supposed to be region-free, and it's from Japan.

    When AnyDVD HD scans de BD it says "error processing Blu-Ray disc!" and when I try to make the rip to my HDD AnyDVD shows this message:


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    And I don't know what to do.


    I have:

    - Windows 7 64-bit.
    - Core2Quad.
    - ATI 5850.
    - LG 8x Blu-Ray reader (set to region 2, because I am from Europe).


    I have searched, and searched, and searched, and searched, but nobody gives an answer to this problem.

    Help please. And thanks for reading.
     
  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator nl

    well do you have an HD license ? Where's the logfile ?
     
  3. Miles_Wolf

    Miles_Wolf Member

    Where can I find the logfile please?

    And yes, I have an HD license.
     
    Last edited: Jul 27, 2010
  4. DrinkLyeAndDie

    DrinkLyeAndDie Moderator (en)

    http://forum.slysoft.com/showthread.php?t=31059

    Section II Step 4:

     
  5. Miles_Wolf

    Miles_Wolf Member

    Log file:

    0.00s: AnyDVD HD 6.6.7.7

    0.23s: Drive: E:, disabled: 0, don't touch: 0, capture: 0
    0.23s: medium state: 2
    0.23s: ready
    0.23s: busy
    0.27s: Drive E: locked, result 1, took 0 seconds!
    0.50s: mode 0
    0.50s: has_something = 1, info->retry_count 0
    0.50s: toc response count 2
    0.50s: track 1 from 0 to 24100512, Control 4
    0.50s: Drive 2
    0.51s: read physical failed, sense 5:30:2
    0.51s: dvd-rom version 0 120mm 2.52mbps parallel
    0.51s: Layer 0 End: 0
    0.51s: extract_content data reset 0, io->stop 24100512
    0.51s: layer 1 reserved free
    3.04s: standard udf
    3.04s: label BDROM
    3.28s: AACS!
    3.28s: Allocated 512 replacement sectors at 3966:3678 in /AACS/DUPLICATE/MKB_RO.inf
    3.48s: HD type: 1
    3.54s: GetExHashNode checking directory /BDMV/STREAM/...
    3.54s: GetExHashNode returned 00000.m2ts!
    3.60s: MKB version 12
    61e03f9cb314 3.60s:
    dc246e735c13 3.60s:
    3.87s: HD: GetVolumeKey 1
    3.87s: GetExHashNode checking directory /BDMV/STREAM/...
    WARNING: VerifyTitleKeys failed!
    3.88s: Hacked GetVolumeID failed, sense 5:6f:2
    3.96s: SendHostKey failed, sense 5:6f:0
    3.96s: Send Host Key failed (signature not accepted?)
    3.96s: HD:
    BD;BDROM|6.6.7.7!;61e03f9cb314 3.96s: ;;12
    00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 3.96s:
    00000000000000000000000000000000 3.96s:
    4.74s: yes_clicked: 1, server_error: 400
    4.74s: path /VIDEO_TS/VIDEO_TS.IFO
    4.85s: Sending Patchlevel 0
    4.85s: mode 0 0x0
     
  6. DrinkLyeAndDie

    DrinkLyeAndDie Moderator (en)

    Last edited: Jul 27, 2010
  7. Miles_Wolf

    Miles_Wolf Member

    Log file:

    0.00s: AnyDVD HD 6.6.7.7

    0.23s: Drive: E:, disabled: 0, don't touch: 0, capture: 0
    0.23s: medium state: 2
    0.23s: ready
    0.23s: busy
    0.27s: Drive E: locked, result 1, took 0 seconds!
    0.50s: mode 0
    0.50s: has_something = 1, info->retry_count 0
    0.50s: toc response count 2
    0.50s: track 1 from 0 to 24100512, Control 4
    0.50s: Drive 2
    0.51s: read physical failed, sense 5:30:2
    0.51s: dvd-rom version 0 120mm 2.52mbps parallel
    0.51s: Layer 0 End: 0
    0.51s: extract_content data reset 0, io->stop 24100512
    0.51s: layer 1 reserved free
    3.04s: standard udf
    3.04s: label BDROM
    3.28s: AACS!
    3.28s: Allocated 512 replacement sectors at 3966:3678 in /AACS/DUPLICATE/MKB_RO.inf
    3.48s: HD type: 1
    3.54s: GetExHashNode checking directory /BDMV/STREAM/...
    3.54s: GetExHashNode returned 00000.m2ts!
    3.60s: MKB version 12
    61e03f9cb314 3.60s:
    dc246e735c13 3.60s:
    3.87s: HD: GetVolumeKey 1
    3.87s: GetExHashNode checking directory /BDMV/STREAM/...
    WARNING: VerifyTitleKeys failed!
    3.88s: Hacked GetVolumeID failed, sense 5:6f:2
    3.96s: SendHostKey failed, sense 5:6f:0
    3.96s: Send Host Key failed (signature not accepted?)
    3.96s: HD:
    BD;BDROM|6.6.7.7!;61e03f9cb314 3.96s: ;;12
    00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 3.96s:
    00000000000000000000000000000000 3.96s:
    4.74s: yes_clicked: 1, server_error: 400
    4.74s: path /VIDEO_TS/VIDEO_TS.IFO
    4.85s: Sending Patchlevel 0
    4.85s: mode 0 0x0
     

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  8. Miles_Wolf

    Miles_Wolf Member

    Done. Sorry for the flood, I had a stupid problem with Firefox.
     

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  9. DrinkLyeAndDie

    DrinkLyeAndDie Moderator (en)

    Remove the crack you have installed for AnyDVD.

    From your log files I see you have the file zipfldra.dll on your system. zipfldra.dll is part of a crack for AnyDVD. This file serves no valid purpose and does not belong on your system or any system. It's a crack and also detected as a trojan by [some] antivirus vendors. You'll need to remove it if you want AnyDVD to function properly. To get rid of it you need to remove references to it loading in your Windows registry and delete the DLL, itself.
     
  10. Miles_Wolf

    Miles_Wolf Member

    So this is happening because a trojan?
     
  11. DrinkLyeAndDie

    DrinkLyeAndDie Moderator (en)

    The crack doesn't work and it's breaking AnyDVD HD. Remove it and the software should work just fine. That's not a newly released disc. I have no idea if it's really a trojan but some antivirus vendors consider it one. What I do know is it's a crack and it doesn't work.

    It really is worth paying for the software and you save yourself the headache of things not functioning correctly and possibly winding up with a virus or trojan on your system.
     
    Last edited: Jul 27, 2010