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    Cars 2 Disc 1 Blu-Ray

    Disc has read errors and won't copy.

    I've tried 5 different discs (yes, five). Wiped and cleaned discs, no difference.

    Only way to recover the program is to cancel or Task Manager it out.

    No problem with Cars or Cars 3 Blu-Ray, or with Cars 2 DVD.


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  • #2
    Read error, normally indicates that there is bad section or something on the disc, please go to Common Settings>Drives>Read, mark the option "ignore all the reading errors automatically" to copy the movie again and see if it will make a difference.
    Or you can use DVDFab Passkey or Imgburn to clone a copy and save to your hard drive, and then load the copy to DVDFab to try again.

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    • #3
      7 Cars 2 Blu-Ray DVDs so far, all have failed.

      Seven.

      One is random, two is coincidence, three is a trend. Seven is the number to play at the next lotto.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by GregAmy View Post
        7 Cars 2 Blu-Ray DVDs so far, all have failed.

        Seven.

        One is random, two is coincidence, three is a trend. Seven is the number to play at the next lotto.
        Please open the original movie disc of Cars 2 Blu-Ray in Windows Explorer, make a folder containing everything in the disc volume EXCEPT those .m2ts files under \...BDMV\Stream, zip it and upload it to our FTP site. I've sent you a PM with FTP info.


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        For Mac: Finder>Documents>DVDFab11>Log

        DVDFab Player 5:
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        For Mac: Finder>Documents>DVDFab Player 5>Log

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        • #5
          Done! Thanks.

          For reference, CyberLink ower Media Player 14 seems to have no issue playing the Blu-Ray disc.

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          • #6
            Now eight failed discs.

            Interested in what you find in the files I uploaded, but I tried a couple things...I tried both copying the files directly to my hard drive, and using IMGBurn to create an ISO. Both failed on the same m2ts files. IMGBurn reported:

            W 09:56:09 Failed to Read Sectors 7190016 - 7190047 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
            W 09:56:17 Failed to Read Sector 7190016 - Reason: Positioning Error Detected by Read of Medium
            W 09:56:17 Sector 7190016 maps to File: \BDMV\STREAM\00880.m2ts

            If you find nothing wrong - and now I expect that's what you'll find - I'm going to put this down to a bad production run of Blu-Ray discs that my disc provider has. I don't know any way around this, short of just buying one at random from Amazon or CraigsList and hoping it's not part of a bad production run...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by GregAmy View Post
              Now eight failed discs.

              Interested in what you find in the files I uploaded, but I tried a couple things...I tried both copying the files directly to my hard drive, and using IMGBurn to create an ISO. Both failed on the same m2ts files. IMGBurn reported:

              W 09:56:09 Failed to Read Sectors 7190016 - 7190047 - Reason: L-EC Uncorrectable Error
              W 09:56:17 Failed to Read Sector 7190016 - Reason: Positioning Error Detected by Read of Medium
              W 09:56:17 Sector 7190016 maps to File: \BDMV\STREAM\00880.m2ts

              If you find nothing wrong - and now I expect that's what you'll find - I'm going to put this down to a bad production run of Blu-Ray discs that my disc provider has. I don't know any way around this, short of just buying one at random from Amazon or CraigsList and hoping it's not part of a bad production run...
              are the discs original store bought discs or are these already burned discs ??
              did you try cleaning the laser lens on your dvd drive ?
              try uninstalling your computers blu-ray drive, restart your computer and let
              windows reinstall the drive.

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              • #8
                Store bought discs.

                Tried cleaning the disc lens.

                I'm not clear that reinstalling the driver will help because I am not having this problem on any other Blu-Ray disc. I've ripped many to my home theater system.

                I think this is "just one of those things". It seems to be problematic for this title for others as well.

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                • #9
                  do you have another blu-ray drive you could test ??
                  maybe your current blu-ray drive is starting to go out since it failed
                  on eight discs

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