BW 6.3.1.6 Can't read (TOC) in Windows7 Ultimate 32/64 bit

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BW 6.3.1.6 Can't read (TOC) in Windows7 Ultimate 32/64 bit

Post by goofy » Tue Feb 16, 2010 11:50 am

I can't read the (TOC) from a Blu-ray movie so I can make an "ISO" of it in Windows7 Ultimate 32/64 bit.

My drive "LG GGW-H20L" with firmware "YL05" it can't read the "TOC" it says in the Log.

2010-02-11 08:59:55 ---- ******************** Log session stop 11-feb 08:59:55.828 PID 4068********************
2010-02-11 08:58:37 Error Extraction failed
2010-02-11 08:58:37 Error Can't write TOC file "C:\GREEN_MILE_THE.B6T".
2010-02-11 08:58:37 Info Free Space on destination path 413 Gb.
2010-02-11 08:58:37 Info Reading BD-R Sequential Disc [GREEN_MILE_THE] - Image Size 40,1 Gb.
2010-02-11 08:58:37 Info Read Data (DVD) for track 1 and following
2010-02-11 08:58:37 Info Output format for image file is set to ISO
2010-02-11 08:58:36 Info Reading device : 5:12:0 - HL-DT-ST BD-RE GGW-H20L YL05 [J] (Scsi)
2010-02-11 08:58:36 Info Extraction started
2010-02-11 08:58:33 Info Loaded read profile ISO image
2010-02-11 08:58:33 Info Loaded read profile ISO image
2010-02-11 08:58:00 Info Loaded read profile Automatic
2010-02-11 08:57:59 Info EZ-Play driver active. Version 8
2010-02-11 08:57:59 Info Using Advanced SPTI interface
2010-02-11 08:57:59 Info Paramstr #00 : "C:\Program Files\VSO\blindwrite6\BW.exe"
2010-02-11 08:57:59 Info System default language : Engelsk (USA)
2010-02-11 08:57:59 Info User default language : Dansk (Danmark)
2010-02-11 08:57:59 Info Version : 6.3.1.6
2010-02-11 08:57:59 Info ExeName : C:\Program Files\VSO\blindwrite6\BW.exe
2010-02-11 08:57:59 Info OS : Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate (Build 7600)
2010-02-11 08:57:57 ---- ******************** Log session start 11-feb 08:57:57.561 PID 4068********************

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Post by Phil » Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:59 pm

Writing to the root of C: in Windows 7 requires administrative privileges.
Select a different location, or if you need to write there by all means, run Blindwrite as administrator.
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Post by goofy » Tue Feb 16, 2010 3:05 pm

Hi Phil

1. This I don't get - could I for example use "C:\BW" and it will works in Windows 7?
2. How does I run BW as administrator in Windows 7?

Thanks so far.

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Goofy

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Post by Phil » Tue Feb 16, 2010 4:43 pm

Yes, you can create a folder and use that.
You will find the option to run as administrator by right-clicking on the Blindwrite shortcut (Start menu, Desktop, or wherever you launch it).
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Post by goofy » Tue Feb 16, 2010 8:05 pm

Hi Phil :D

I will try it tomorrow and then let you know okay :roll:

Thanks lot so far

Kind regards,
Goofy

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Post by goofy » Thu Feb 18, 2010 5:29 pm

Hi Phil :lol:

Thanks a lot - I made a folder on C:\.... and now it will read the (TOC) - It works jubii :D

Thanks for your help have a nice day :lol:

Regards,
Goofy

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