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    Re: Error reading DVD disc.

    Originally posted by rdodolak View Post
    hehe, I might have to give it a go. You can always revert back to an older version. Looks like Intel has a never version available (12.5.0.1066).

    https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sea...tel%c2%ae+RST)
    Well, I did it for you I did upgrade the G580 to that version and it works fine.

    LLN

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      Re: Error reading DVD disc.

      I can report that it works, on both of my PCs that had the issue I uninstalled it and I'm good to go. Thank you for your help on this.

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        Re: Error reading DVD disc.

        Originally posted by tksams View Post
        I can report that it works, on both of my PCs that had the issue I uninstalled it and I'm good to go. Thank you for your help on this.
        You can install the current version 12.5.0.1066. I tested that version and it has no issue with our D2D software.

        LLN

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          Re: Error reading DVD disc.

          Originally posted by LocN View Post
          Well, I did it for you I did upgrade the G580 to that version and it works fine.

          LLN
          So it definitely sounds like a 11.6.0.1030 issue and the issue was introduced somewhere after 10.6.0.1002 and at least fixed by 12.5.0.1066.

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            Re: Error reading DVD disc.

            I downloaded the file, but couldn't find an installer in the package. So how do you upgrade? If I even have it, which I don't know if I do.

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              Re: Error reading DVD disc.

              Originally posted by echopulse View Post
              I downloaded the file, but couldn't find an installer in the package. So how do you upgrade? If I even have it, which I don't know if I do.
              Download the third option, SetupRST, to get the installer. The other two are just driver files which can be installed manually.

              You can look at your installed programs to see if you have it installed. Look under Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features. It will be listed as Intel Rapid Storage Technology.

              https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...T)%22&lang=eng

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                Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                Originally posted by Blurayfan View Post
                I don't know if others have the same type of setup or not. However I had this error to with the latest VUDUToGo. After troubleshooting the issue for a few days I have fixed my system. In my case the computer drive controller was setup in RAID mode. Changing the controller setting to AHCI now allows my system to convert DVDs again. If any other users have the same settings this may fix the issue. However doing this windows will not load without a re-install. I discovered this resolution last night but spent the day verifying I could reproduce the error and correct it with changing that setting. I have been able to verify it for this system. Dell XPS 7100, Windows 8 Pro 64Bit, LG BH08LS20 Blu-ray Writer.
                BlurayFan,

                Do you have Intel Rapid Storage Technology installed? If so what is the version? I wonder if this problem can be fixed on your machine just by upgrading IRST to the current version 12.5.0.1066.

                LLN

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                  Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                  Originally posted by LocN View Post
                  BlurayFan,

                  Do you have Intel Rapid Storage Technology installed? If so what is the version? I wonder if this problem can be fixed on your machine just by upgrading IRST to the current version 12.5.0.1066.

                  LLN
                  No, my machine is AMD chipset SB700.

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                    Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                    That worked for me!!! YOU GUYS ROCK!!!

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                      Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                      I didn't even know I had RST, because it didn't show up in control panel. but once I installed it, it fixed my problem. But now I've run out of DVD's to add.

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                        Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                        Originally posted by rdodolak View Post
                        Download the third option, SetupRST, to get the installer. The other two are just driver files which can be installed manually.

                        You can look at your installed programs to see if you have it installed. Look under Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features. It will be listed as Intel Rapid Storage Technology.

                        https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Det...T)%22&lang=eng

                        I did this download and this worked for me as well. Thank you all for the help.

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                          Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                          This did not work for me. I have an AMD processor; and trying to install this patch just tells me that it's not made for my machine.

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                            Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                            I had the same problem when trying to D2D my DVD collection. I was able to resolve this problem by using an external player. The one I got is the "Blu-Ray Player External USB DVD RW Laptop Burner Drive" from Amazon.

                            Here is the link for it: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

                            Using this player I've been able to get the DVDs I've tried so far to convert.

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                              Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                              Originally posted by uracorpse View Post
                              I had the same problem when trying to D2D my DVD collection. I was able to resolve this problem by using an external player. The one I got is the "Blu-Ray Player External USB DVD RW Laptop Burner Drive" from Amazon.

                              Here is the link for it: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

                              Using this player I've been able to get the DVDs I've tried so far to convert.
                              That's the one I have that I mentioned in another thread! I'm quite happy with it...but I only find it useful for Blu-rays. I have tried every DVD that didn't work in both the built-in DVD drive and this external Blu-ray drive, but I've never had it make any difference -- every DVD that has failed in one drive has failed in the other.

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                                Re: Error reading DVD disc.

                                I put the wrong thing up.

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