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Old 9th November 2020, 03:05   #541  |  Link
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Now the Blu Ray plays, but I'm getting this error:

This Blu-ray disc requires Java for menus support.Java was not found on your system.
The disc will be played without menus.

I have java installed here:

C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-12.0.1
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Old 9th November 2020, 10:19   #542  |  Link
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You may try to uninstall Jave from its preferred location and reinstall Java in an unprotected folder.
Works nicely here:
C:\_PROG\Java\
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Old 10th November 2020, 04:46   #543  |  Link
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Now the Blu Ray plays, but I'm getting this error:

This Blu-ray disc requires Java for menus support.Java was not found on your system.
The disc will be played without menus.

I have java installed here:

C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-12.0.1
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You may try to uninstall Jave from its preferred location and reinstall Java in an unprotected folder.
Works nicely here:
C:\_PROG\Java\
That's not really the solution, you need to set your JAVA_HOME Environment variable to your java install path
which as you said, appears to be "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-12.0.1".

Before i begin, you should really consider getting OpenJDK 11 (LTS), and downloading just the JRE.
Java 12 is obsolete now and newer java versions add changes that might break libbluray.

and most importantly, you should update your installation of VLC to the latest version.


you can set your JAVA_HOME variable by:

1. Right-click the My Computer icon on your desktop and select Properties.
2. Click the Advanced tab, then click the Environment Variables button.
3. Under System Variables, click New.
4. Enter the variable name as JAVA_HOME.
5. Enter the variable value as the installation path of Java.
6. Click "OK" and then click "Apply Changes"

after that i recommend restarting the PC (you don't have to though), and you should be good to go!
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Old 16th November 2020, 18:22   #544  |  Link
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Hey there! Many thanks for this tool, it helped me very much

But I'm getting a VUKNOTVAL! error, can you help me to make the movie run?

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2020-10-29 18:24:03 # 0 # [I] main / (legacy) / #############################################################################
2020-10-29 18:24:03 # 2 # [I] main / (legacy) /  ----------- FindVUK 1.38 ----------- 
2020-10-29 18:24:03 # 2 # [I] main / (legacy) / Operating System: Windows 10
2020-10-29 18:24:03 # 3 # [I] main / Settings_GetFilename(legacy) / SettingsFile: >C:\Users\haruo_000\Desktop\FindVUK_1.38\config\FindVUK.ini<
2020-10-29 18:24:03 # 11 # [I] main / (legacy) / Update enabled - check for update
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 746 # [I] update / UPD_CheckUpdateAndDownload / Update - ReleaseOnline >1.38< CurrentRelease >1.38< Hash >24011EA98216F890749E1A3BD767F90ABC4C8432<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 746 # [I] update / UPD_CheckUpdateAndDownload / No update required
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 748 # [I] main / GenericCallback(legacy) / No update required
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 748 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Current BufferSize 80 x 300 - ScreenSize 80 x 25
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 748 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Requested BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 748 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Max. ScreenSize 227 x 62
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 748 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Final New Values - BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50 - Resize >1<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 749 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / M1 - New BufferSize 120 x 300
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 751 # [I] main / ConsoleBufferSize(legacy) / Mx2 - New ScreenSize 120 x 50
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 766 # [I] main / (legacy) / Open Main-KEYDB file: >C:\Users\haruo_000\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 767 # [I] bluray_keydb / BRKDB_OpenFile / KeyDB file >C:\Users\haruo_000\AppData\Roaming\aacs\KEYDB.cfg< opened!
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 773 # [I] main / (legacy) / Open Backup-KEYDB file: >C:\Users\haruo_000\Desktop\FindVUK_1.38\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 773 # [I] bluray_keydb / BRKDB_OpenFile / KeyDB file >C:\Users\haruo_000\Desktop\FindVUK_1.38\VUKbackup\KEYDB.cfg< opened!
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 774 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) / Information! Passkey detected >D:\Programas\DVDFab\Passkey\DVDFabPasskey.exe<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 775 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) / Tested Passkey Version >9.4.0.2< found
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 776 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) /  >>> everything should work as expected!
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 777 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) / Information! No MediaPlayer detected!
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 778 # [I] main / Settings_ReadDVDfabSettings(legacy) / Information! No DVDfab detected!
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 779 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetSettings(legacy) / Passkey is preferred and available!
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 779 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetSettings(legacy) / Passkey-MainFile:     >D:\Programas\DVDFab\Passkey\DVDFabPasskey.exe<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 779 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetSettings(legacy) / Passkey-LogFile:      >C:\Users\haruo_000\Documents\\DVDFab\Passkey\Log\passkey_internal.log<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 780 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetSettings(legacy) / KEYDB-Path:           >C:\Users\haruo_000\AppData\Roaming\aacs\<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 780 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetSettings(legacy) / KEYDB-Backup-Path:    >C:\Users\haruo_000\Desktop\FindVUK_1.38\VUKbackup\<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 781 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetSettings(legacy) / ProcDumpFile:         >C:\Users\haruo_000\Desktop\FindVUK_1.38\tool\procdump64.exe<
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 781 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetDump(legacy) /  --- PART 1 --- GET DUMP ---
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 790 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetDump(legacy) / No running application process discovered
2020-10-29 18:24:04 # 791 # [I] main / FVMAIN_Mode_FindVUK_GetDump(legacy) /  >> Start it now >D:\Programas\DVDFab\Passkey\DVDFabPasskey.exe<
2020-10-29 18:24:12 # 8594 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >189< NewLineCnt >193<
2020-10-29 18:24:12 # 8594 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >189< Content ><
2020-10-29 18:24:12 # 8594 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >190< Content ><
2020-10-29 18:24:12 # 8596 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >191< Content >DVDFabPasskey 9.4.0.2 (2020/10/29 18:24:12)<
2020-10-29 18:24:12 # 8596 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >192< Content ><
2020-10-29 18:24:12 # 8596 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >193< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18979 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >193< NewLineCnt >202<
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18979 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >193< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: Drive E add. <
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18979 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >194< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: got firmware HL-DT-ST BDDVDRW CT40N 1.00.<
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18979 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >195< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: Drive E media add. <
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18980 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >196< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: opened i/o type 1 <
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18980 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >197< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: opening drive E<
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18980 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >198< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: opened i/o<
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18980 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >199< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: currentProfile: 64<
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18980 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >200< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: got media type 15<
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18980 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >201< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:22: got max lba 23542271<
2020-10-29 18:24:22 # 18980 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >202< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:23 # 19987 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >202< NewLineCnt >206<
2020-10-29 18:24:23 # 19988 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >202< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:23: got disc type 20<
2020-10-29 18:24:23 # 19988 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >203< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:23: type Blu-ray BDMV<
2020-10-29 18:24:23 # 19989 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Drive opened
2020-10-29 18:24:23 # 19990 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >204< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:23: volume label ALITA_BATTLE_ANGEL<
2020-10-29 18:24:23 # 19990 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Volume Label detected >ALITA_BATTLE_ANGEL<
2020-10-29 18:24:23 # 19990 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >205< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:23: Is Encryption 1 <
2020-10-29 18:24:23 # 19990 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >206< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:34 # 30672 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >206< NewLineCnt >212<
2020-10-29 18:24:34 # 30672 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >206< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:34: bd set region ?<
2020-10-29 18:24:34 # 30672 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >207< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:34: opened i/o type 1 <
2020-10-29 18:24:34 # 30672 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >208< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:34: opening drive E<
2020-10-29 18:24:34 # 30672 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >209< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:34: opened i/o<
2020-10-29 18:24:34 # 30672 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >210< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:34: currentProfile: 64<
2020-10-29 18:24:34 # 30673 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >211< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:34: got max lba 23542271<
2020-10-29 18:24:34 # 30673 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >212< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:35 # 31682 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >212< NewLineCnt >215<
2020-10-29 18:24:35 # 31682 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >212< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:35: got disc type 20<
2020-10-29 18:24:35 # 31682 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >213< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:35: Is Encryption 1 <
2020-10-29 18:24:35 # 31683 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >214< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:35: internal path E:/BDMV/<
2020-10-29 18:24:35 # 31683 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / DriveLetter detected >E<
2020-10-29 18:24:35 # 31683 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >215< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 32691 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >215< NewLineCnt >217<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 32691 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >215< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:36: aacs 1 bd+ 0<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 32692 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Detected CopyProtections AACS >1< BD+ >0<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 32693 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >216< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:36: read index.bdmv begin<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 32693 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >217< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 33096 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >217< NewLineCnt >218<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 33096 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >217< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:36: got bdmv<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 33096 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >218< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 33298 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >218< NewLineCnt >219<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 33299 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >218< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:36: blu-ray EB0720555ACDBDC8D429C94BF7D644138AEA97D7<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 33299 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / DiscID found >EB0720555ACDBDC8D429C94BF7D644138AEA97D7<
2020-10-29 18:24:36 # 33300 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >219< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:37 # 33905 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >219< NewLineCnt >221<
2020-10-29 18:24:37 # 33906 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >219< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:37: cert BEE=0x80 same<
2020-10-29 18:24:37 # 33906 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >220< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:37: server id 0 <
2020-10-29 18:24:37 # 33906 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >221< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 35822 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >221< NewLineCnt >224<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 35823 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >221< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: MD5 BA6E031D728B211425218175FC0426C7 <
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 35823 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >222< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: got vuk<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 35824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >223< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: drive info: BDDVDRW CT40N | 1.00! <
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 35824 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >224< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 35926 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >224< NewLineCnt >225<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 35926 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >224< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: got agid 0<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 35926 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >225< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36029 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >225< NewLineCnt >226<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36029 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >225< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: sent host cert chal<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36029 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >226< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36131 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >226< NewLineCnt >227<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36131 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >226< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: got drive cert chal<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36131 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >227< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36234 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >227< NewLineCnt >231<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36235 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >227< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: BEC 1<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36235 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >228< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: DRIVE_VENDOR 0x0074<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36236 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >229< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: AACS bus encryption is enabled<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36236 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >230< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: got drive key<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36236 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >231< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36338 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >231< NewLineCnt >234<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36339 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >231< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: got host key signature<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36339 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >232< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: verified drive signature<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36340 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >233< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: verified host signature<
2020-10-29 18:24:39 # 36340 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >234< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36442 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >234< NewLineCnt >238<
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36442 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >234< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: sent host signature and key point<
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36442 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >235< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: got bus key<
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36443 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >236< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:39: start got bus key! <
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36443 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >237< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:40: got data key!<
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36443 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >238< Content >(empty)<
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36746 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Filechange detected! OldLineCnt >238< NewLineCnt >241<
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36746 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / New Line >238< Content >2020.10.29-18:24:40: got unit key 1<
2020-10-29 18:24:40 # 36747 # [I] main / DVDfab_WatchLog_Standard(legacy) / Passkey got Unit Keys - create memdump now!
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Old 16th November 2020, 18:27   #545  |  Link
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Hey there! Many thanks for this tool, it helped me very much

But I'm getting a VUKNOTVAL! error, can you help me to make the movie run?
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Old 16th November 2020, 22:04   #546  |  Link
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Hey there! Many thanks for this tool, it helped me very much

But I'm getting a VUKNOTVAL! error, can you help me to make the movie run?
It takes long time before the attachments get approved, upload elsewhere

VUKNOTVAL! probably indicates a disc that enables bus encryption (every UHD disc) so you need a unrevoked host cert to play it. Try these https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.p...55#post1883655

If you have inserted a disc >= MKBv72 in your drive you are out of luck at the moment
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Old 17th November 2020, 01:03   #547  |  Link
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Hey there! Many thanks for this tool, it helped me very much

But I'm getting a VUKNOTVAL! error, can you help me to make the movie run?
right here: MKBv71 host certificate and processing keys up to MKBv68. https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1888086

but like what candela said, if you've inserted a disc that's MKBv72 and newer, you are out of luck with BEE discs until the next host certificate shows up.
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Old 17th November 2020, 19:16   #548  |  Link
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Thanks for the answers guys!

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It takes long time before the attachments get approved, upload elsewhere
Uploaded here: https://justpaste.it/9kxe9

I don't think it has to do with MKB since both discs inserted return MKBv68 in KEYDB.cfg

The disc that do not work returns:
Code:
0xEB0720555ACDBDC8D429C94BF7D644138AEA97D7 = ALITA_BATTLE_ANGEL (Alita: Battle Angel) | D | 2019-05-17 | U | 1-0x807053790039AB3C5168BE14FD730D16 ; MKBv68/BEE/VUKNOTVAL!/FindVUK 1.38

What I should do with those host certificate and processing keys? Copy and paste in KEYDB.cfg?
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Old 17th November 2020, 19:44   #549  |  Link
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The disc that do not work returns:
Code:
0xEB0720555ACDBDC8D429C94BF7D644138AEA97D7 = ALITA_BATTLE_ANGEL (Alita: Battle Angel) | D | 2019-05-17 | U | 1-0x807053790039AB3C5168BE14FD730D16 ; MKBv68/BEE/VUKNOTVAL!/FindVUK 1.38
VUKNOTVAL is not an error, it just indicates that FindVUK was unable to verify that VUK/UK because 1) the disc uses bus encryption ("BEE" tag) and 2) your drive is bus encryption capable.

Valid host certificate is needed for fetching data keys from the drive for BEE discs (when libaacs cache doesn't have cached RDK for this drive/disc combination), otherwise playback won't work.

If you have inserted any MKB72+ disc in your drive, your drive have already self-updated and it's already too late as it won't accept any of those host certificates anymore. In this case you're out of luck until you have a new host certificate which isn't revoked.

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What I should do with those host certificate and processing keys? Copy and paste in KEYDB.cfg?
Yes.
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Old 17th November 2020, 23:12   #550  |  Link
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Great news
Pasting PK and HC in the keydb manage to work!

Thank you very much for the help guys!
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Old 18th November 2020, 04:23   #551  |  Link
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That's not really the solution, you need to set your JAVA_HOME Environment variable to your java install path
which as you said, appears to be "C:\Program Files\Java\jdk-12.0.1".

Before i begin, you should really consider getting OpenJDK 11 (LTS), and downloading just the JRE.
Java 12 is obsolete now and newer java versions add changes that might break libbluray.

and most importantly, you should update your installation of VLC to the latest version.


you can set your JAVA_HOME variable by:

1. Right-click the My Computer icon on your desktop and select Properties.
2. Click the Advanced tab, then click the Environment Variables button.
3. Under System Variables, click New.
4. Enter the variable name as JAVA_HOME.
5. Enter the variable value as the installation path of Java.
6. Click "OK" and then click "Apply Changes"

after that i recommend restarting the PC (you don't have to though), and you should be good to go!
Thank you for your tutorial! My VLC has been "broken" for as long as I've used it (not that I really need menus, but it would've been nice to see a normal Blu-ray presentation). I even tried asking here once, but received an off-hand "look somewhere at VLC" (about as helpful as trying to finding a right setting in VLC -- meaning no help at all.)

Anyway, I tested it on a region 1 Blu-ray and it worked long enough to display a message that the player was the wrong region and to use a region 1 player. Checked my hardware and it was set to ... region 1. Looked around in VLC settings but ... no help at all. Don't get me wrong -- I'm pleased to see Java working, only it's working against me. What to do now?

EDIT:
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What else ... but to go to the competition, WonderFox, who has instructions on changing Blu-ray regions in VLC.
Checking through several Blu-rays, only 1 showed (static) menus, but couldn't select the pop-up lists. Oh, well.

Other Blu's never got that far, with these VLC error messages:
"Failed to start bluray playback. Please try without menu support."
and
"Your system BD+ decoding library does not work. Missing configuration?"
and
"Playback with BluRay menus failed"

*sigh*

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Old 21st November 2020, 11:44   #552  |  Link
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Hello,

Thank you nalor for this amazing tool !

Also thanks to everyone contributing to the public database, it really is an incredible effort ! (I've already used FindVUK on all my BDs and UHD BDs and will continue to do so as my collection grows)

Are there known ways to retrieve PKs and Host certs ?

Please keep this amazing project up for as long as possible

Have a great day !
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Old 25th November 2020, 18:00   #553  |  Link
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I recently uploaded the data for Ghost In The Shell (Blu/4KUHD) - 2020 - US edition. For the Blu-ray, I received this DVDFab error when launching the movie:



After that notice, DVDFab continues to the video. I can jump to and see chapters, but with lots and lots of drive seeking. So I cancel that. And I have been checking back every several days, but without seeing any improvement (I hate those month-long 3-days!).

Oddly enough, when playing the disc in VLC, chapters are in the wrong place! For example, the "garbage men" sequence @13min is showing @28min, and the "deep dive" sequence is in it's place @13min. This does not happen in DVDFab.

Question -- did FindVUK obtain "bad data" for the list that might affect the sequence of chapters? If so, or even if not sure, you might want to delete that data until DVDFab works up their remedy for this new protection.

BTW, no such error shows for the 4KUHD disc in DVDFab, but it might be prudent to remove that one, too, until the whole error situation clears up.
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To rip, you first need a drive, you mustn't forget that. So, insert the movie we need and open VLC. Select the Media item and click on Convert / Save. If you have a disk file lying around on your hard disk, the process remains the same, just specify the path to the folder.
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I also had problems with this strange error in various programs, and although everything worked fine before, until I installed a new Windows. Thank you for your explanation!
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