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Old 12th December 2015, 16:35   #101  |  Link
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FindVUK 0.87 appears to be getting the drive details during normal VUk validation so it locks up, meaning I cannot use it anymore...

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2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396117 # ------------------------------------
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396122 # VolumeName: VS054
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396126 # DiscID : A003637A3AA902D6F51F3AEA5EF6A43D66DE1880
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396130 # VUK : 5601519FDD76BA4C2F44D7394340DD44
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396134 # ------------------------------------
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396139 # --- PART 2 --- GET MKBrev AND VALIDATE VUK ---
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396145 # AACS folder on disc is reachable - ValidateVUK is possible
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396658 # Got DateDiscId from disc >2014-08-28<
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396666 # Got VolumeName from disc >VS054<
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396670 # Read MetaTitle from MetaFiles now
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396676 # Information: no bdmv-meta-dl directory available on disc - cannot read meta-title
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396693 # Check drive features for drive >F<
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396699 # Vendor >HL-DT-ST< ProductId >BDDVDRW GGC-H20L< ProductRevision >1.03< ScsiDeviceType >CD/DVD-ROM device< ConnectedTo >Atapi< Bus
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396705 # Device is detected as 'FILE_DEVICE_DVD' mediatype - so it's either a DVD or a BLURAY drive - continue with enumeration
2015-12-12 17:21:52 # 396709 # Request SCSI-MMC drive details now
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Old 13th December 2015, 17:34   #102  |  Link
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Released 0.88 - this should finally solve the problem reported by candela and again changes the format of the included drivelist.
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Old 16th December 2015, 19:32   #103  |  Link
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Released 0.89 - fixes a newly introduced bug that only affects users without installed dvdfab products.
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Old 9th January 2016, 00:13   #104  |  Link
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Released 0.90 - nothing spectacular - updated the included drivelist and added the current dvdfab and passkey versions as supported ones.
But no new features or bugfixes.
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Old 17th January 2016, 12:56   #105  |  Link
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Released 0.91 - added the current dvdfab and passkey versions as supported ones and one small new feature: windowposition is saved on exit and restored on start (can be disabled with new ini parameter if necessary)
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Old 29th January 2016, 19:49   #106  |  Link
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Hello,

I tried to use it on Virtualbox + Windows XP, it stopped at the second part:

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-q...2020-27-36.jpg

Do you know why?
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Old 29th January 2016, 21:09   #107  |  Link
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Hello,

I tried to use it on Virtualbox + Windows XP, it stopped at the second part:

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-q...2020-27-36.jpg

Do you know why?
Hi!
Can you upload the logfile? It would help a lot to analyze what really happened in your case.

Did MediaPlayer exit automatically? On the screenshot it doesn't look as if it is still running - this would explain why FindVuk couldn't find it's process id (because it's not running any more).

The next question is: can you manually access the folder d:\aacs using explorer when you get the message, that this folder is not accessible?
Eventually MediaPlayer simply crashed and so the access to the folder is permanently blocked until you restart windows or something like that...

I can see the DVDfab icon on the desktop - have you already tried to use DVDfab instead of mediaplyer? This is the solution that I prefer at the moment. Just change the ini-parameter 'PreferredApplication' to 3 to prefer DVDfab. (take a look at the included IniSettings html file for more information).
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Old 4th February 2016, 13:36   #108  |  Link
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Hello,

I joined you the FindVUK log file.

Thank you for your help.

PS: if necessary I can upload you the dump file (400-500 mo)
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File Type: txt 2016-02-04_FindVUK.txt (5.4 KB, 22 views)
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Old 4th February 2016, 13:42   #109  |  Link
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For this test I installed DVDFab 9, same result.

How to reproduce:
Install Windows XP in Virtualbox
Install DVDFab 9 and FindVUK
Mount a Bluray with
1) Virtualbox mount ISO
or
2) USB Bluray access
or
3) Select ISO bluray file into DVDFab 9
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Old 5th February 2016, 17:42   #110  |  Link
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Still waiting for the approval of the logfile.
@legluondunet: to speed up things a little bit - can you upload the logfile e.g. to tinyupload, dropbox, ... or another file hoster of your choice?

Thanks!
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Old 6th February 2016, 08:54   #111  |  Link
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my log file on pastebin:

http://pastebin.com/F06amLUu

thank you for your help.

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Old 6th February 2016, 09:09   #112  |  Link
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Thanks! Please paste also the dvdfab logfile :

C:\Documents and Settings\Romain\Mes documents\DVDFab9\Log\dvdfab_internal.log

I can see that the detection of the drive letter isn't working correctly and with the additional logfile i can check why.

Thanks

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Old 6th February 2016, 09:31   #113  |  Link
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et voilà:
http://pastebin.com/LwSpcCEa
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Old 6th February 2016, 10:00   #114  |  Link
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Detected the problem - but there's nothing that I can really do but to display a warning to the user.

I think you've opened an iso file directly in DVDfab and this is the reason why it's failing to verify the discovered VUK.

In the logfile I can see this:

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1m 07.12s: opening iso \\VBOXSVR\dd2\blu-ray_movie.iso
1m 07.28s: internal path `:/BDMV/
As you can see there's no drive letter available - so FindVUK cannot access the drive itself.

Please mount the iso in a virtual drive instead and try again - thanks!
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Old 6th February 2016, 13:28   #115  |  Link
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New test with the iso mount directly by Virtualbox as a drive letter. Same result:

FindVUK log file: http://pastebin.com/4MrkQTrz
DVDFab 9 internal log: http://pastebin.com/ENEwR45A

I can not access to Bluray disc with MS Windows Explorer.
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Old 6th February 2016, 16:33   #116  |  Link
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I can not access to Bluray disc with MS Windows Explorer.
This is your main problem - I tried it myself with a virtual windows xp and noticed it's necessary to install a special udf driver to get access to bluray-discs.

Please download e.g. this one windows xp udf driver, install it and now you should be able to access the disc in explorer!

I've also noticed that the dvdfab application path wasn't detected properly under WindowsXP in previous findvuk releases - just released 0.92 that should fix this also.

And another thing I noticed: it's necessary to install the vcredist 2008 sp1 package from microsoft manually, otherwise dvdfab only shows an error message in a fresh WindowsXP installation.

Included both WindowsXP specials in my short instructions on the first page - just in case other users are also trying to use FindVUK with WindowsXP.

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Old 6th February 2016, 16:35   #117  |  Link
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Released 0.92 - added the current dvdfab and passkey versions as supported ones and included a few fixes for errors encountered by legluondunet (now it should also work fine under WindowsXP)
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Old 13th February 2016, 13:46   #118  |  Link
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2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143856 # #############################################################################
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143857 #  ----------- FindVUK 0.92 ----------- 
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143858 # Operating System: Windows 7
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143859 # Parameters detected
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143859 # SettingsFile: >C:\_PROG\FindVUK\config\FindVUK.ini<
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143863 # Current BufferSize 80 x 300 - ScreenSize 80 x 25
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143863 # Requested BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143863 # Max. ScreenSize 240 x 86
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143864 # Final New Values - BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50 - Resize >1<
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143864 # M1 - New BufferSize 120 x 300
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143864 # Mx2 - New ScreenSize 120 x 50
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143867 # Current BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143868 # Requested BufferSize 300 x 0 - ScreenSize 0 x 0
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143868 # Final New Values - BufferSize 300 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50 - Resize >0<
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143868 # M1 - New BufferSize 300 x 300
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143868 # Mx2 - New ScreenSize 120 x 50
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143871 # ShowDriveDetails for Drive >B:\<
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143871 # Check drive features for drive >B<
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143876 # Vendor >< ProductId >MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ260AF< ProductRevision >1.00< ScsiDeviceType >CD/DVD-ROM device< ConnectedTo >Atapi< Bus
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143876 # Device is detected as 'FILE_DEVICE_DVD' mediatype - so it's either a DVD or a BLURAY drive - continue with enumeration
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143877 # Request SCSI-MMC drive details now
2016-02-13 14:40:06 # 21143877 # ERROR! MMC_GetDriveDetails failed:-3
No DVDFab Product installed.
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Old 13th February 2016, 14:06   #119  |  Link
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No DVDFab Product installed.
Hi - please change a value in the ini file (in the config folder):

Code:
WriteDebugLog = 1
and try again - it will fail again, but please post the new log file again, it should include additional details that hopefully help to understand what's going wrong.

Additionally it would be great if you could test EnumCD from Microsoft and tell if this is working correctly. Basically it sends exactly the same commands to the drive as FindVUK does... so usually there shouldn't be a difference.

Thanks!
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2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585743 # #############################################################################
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585744 #  ----------- FindVUK 0.92 ----------- 
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585744 # Operating System: Windows 7
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585745 # Parameters detected
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585745 # SettingsFile: >C:\_PROG\FindVUK\config\FindVUK.ini<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585746 # Current BufferSize 80 x 300 - ScreenSize 80 x 25
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585746 # Requested BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585747 # Max. ScreenSize 240 x 86
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585747 # Final New Values - BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50 - Resize >1<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585747 # M1 - New BufferSize 120 x 300
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585747 # Mx2 - New ScreenSize 120 x 50
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585750 # Current BufferSize 120 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585750 # Requested BufferSize 300 x 0 - ScreenSize 0 x 0
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585750 # Final New Values - BufferSize 300 x 300 - ScreenSize 120 x 50 - Resize >0<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585750 # M1 - New BufferSize 300 x 300
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585751 # Mx2 - New ScreenSize 120 x 50
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585753 # ShowDriveDetails for Drive >B:\<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585753 # Check drive features for drive >B<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585758 # DEBUGLOG - device_open - CreateFile >B:\< with GENERIC_READ + GENERIC_WRITE -  SUCCESS
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585759 # Vendor >< ProductId >MATSHITA BD-MLT UJ260AF< ProductRevision >1.00< ScsiDeviceType >CD/DVD-ROM device< ConnectedTo >Atapi< Bus
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585759 # Device is detected as 'FILE_DEVICE_DVD' mediatype - so it's either a DVD or a BLURAY drive - continue with enumeration
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585759 # Request SCSI-MMC drive details now
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585759 # DEBUGLOG - MMC_GetDriveDetails - BEFORE device_send_cmd >46 00 00 00 00 00<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585760 # DEBUGLOG - device_send_cmd_buffer - Start - tx >0< rx >65535<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585760 # DEBUGLOG - device_send_cmd_buffer - CommandLen >10< iReturn >1< cmd >46 00 00 00 00 00 00 FF FF 00<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585760 # DEBUGLOG - device_send_cmd_buffer - Before CopyMemory >00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585760 # DEBUGLOG - device_send_cmd_buffer - Before FillMemory >24<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585760 # DEBUGLOG - device_send_cmd_buffer - After FillMemory
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585760 # DEBUGLOG - device_send_cmd_buffer - Before 'DeviceIoControl' - length >65603< SenseInfoLength >24<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585761 # DEBUGLOG - device_send_cmd_buffer - 'DeviceIoControl' ERROR - LastError >1<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585761 # DEBUGLOG - device_send_cmd_buffer - Final Result >0<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585761 # DEBUGLOG - MMC_GetDriveDetails - AFTER device_send_cmd >-3<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585761 # DEBUGLOG - MMC_GetDriveDetails - FreeMemory
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585761 # DEBUGLOG - MMC_GetDriveDetails - Result >-3<
2016-02-13 16:58:50 # 585761 # ERROR! MMC_GetDriveDetails failed:-3
2016-02-13 16:58:53 # 588727 # Error! getting consolewindowposition
2016-02-13 16:58:53 # 588728 # Error saving window position
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Ah, from EnumCD.exe:
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The sample also sends a Mode Sense command to read the "CD Capabilities and Mechanical Status" parameter page from the device.
This page contains (among other things) information about the capabilities of the CD drive including whether it is a CD or DVD drive,
whether it supports reading or writing, and the media types it supports (such as CD-R/RW or DVD-ROM/R/RAM).
As mentioned previously, this parameter page is only defined in the SCSI-3 MMC specification.
Devices that do not support this specification will return an error.
This may be the reason. The drive just may have no implementation of this particular spec.
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