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Bummer. Well, Version 2004 is around the corner, maybe we have luck.
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Well then, can we just use the old driver then? Would be worth a try. Can anybody upload it?
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Hm somehow I only have this issues with DVDs - BDs and UHD are working fine!

I'm using the latest Win 10 x64 1909 + Asus BW-16D1HT (UHD friendly with 3.10 MK firmware). I tried a few older and newer BDs and a UHD, the Disc ID matches.

The only strange thing I found is, that on some discs DVDP recognizes the ID and jumps right to the profile, on others I doesn't find it and doesn't do anything (there is no Popup with disc not found). When trying to create a new profile of those existing ones teste discs are not found either. But when I go to the profile in my collection the disc IDs a are 100 % identical. Even when I try to assing it to the side b field it says that they are already assigned to side A.

With DVDs I always get the popup disc not found and I get different IDs (tried several DVDs, most of them 10-15 years old)

Then I installed DVDfab Passkey Lite (+Trial) to see if it makes a difference, but it doesn't, acts the same. I don't have AnyDVD.
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Strange, it's gone now. I added and removed a random profile, restarted my PC and ran the full repair again.
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Once in a while I'm running full database repairs (to delete unused actors, studios etc after removing profiles). I do this since 12 years+, had never any issues (even with several installations on different PCs and importing my backup) and for the first time ever I'm getting several error messages like this.

I've ran a basic repair, this one went through without any issues.

When running full repair again, it's giving me missing DATs again. And the numbers change each time

90680.DAT
90681.DAT
90682.DAT
90683.DAT
90684.DAT

Next full repair:

115360.DAT
115361.DAT
115362.DAT
115363.DAT
115364.DAT

The repair notes don't show any errors and the program is running fine (I think and hope so).

My install director does not show DATs at all!


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